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    Megan Woolhouse

    Megan Woolhouse Megan Woolhouse worked as a reporter at The Boston Globe for more than a decade, in addition to newspapers in Louisville, Ky., and Baton Rouge, La. A graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Clark University in Worcester, she lives in Boston and enjoys baking, reading, and taekwondo sparring with her seven-year-old daughter. Profile

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There is 1 comment on Should Doctors Learn from Nazi Medical Research on Holocaust Victims?

  1. I read this with interest, but think the conclusion is slightly incorrect.

    Not only “can” they use this work to do good, I think that ethically they MUST. Not just for the patient, but for those whose lives were taken in this books creation.

    Where the use of this book can bring about good, doing good with it honours those whose lives were taken.

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