Historians usually refer to Nazi Germany's IG Farben as the epitome of bad medicine, where horrifying medical experiments were routinely carried out on innocent civilians. Most people accept the history of IG Farben as true, yet those same people are reluctant to admit that today's modern pharmaceutical industry is not only directly descended from IG Farben, it still follows many of the same inhumane practices.
In this comparison chart, we take a closer look at the similarities between the medical experimentation carried out in Nazi Germany vs. the practices of Big Pharma in the United States today. The times have changed, and medical experimentation has a prettier face, but it's still the same horrifying practice of exploiting the most vulnerable citizens in society to outright criminal experiments with pharmaceuticals.
Experimental drug test subjects (poor people -- including children in poor families, orphans and foster care children; immigrants; mentally ill and mentally challenged individuals who are unable to hold down a regular job)
For CHEERS: Children born to low-income, minority families
Concentration camp scientists forcing inmates to take pills and powders, or simply just injecting them
Giving potential test subjects long forms written in language they may not understand (either because they are immigrants or because it's written in obscure technical jargon) as "informed consent"
In the New York City children's homes: Forced noncompliant children to take experimental AIDS drugs by feeding them medication through tubes placed in their stomachs
Test subjects "paid" for use of their bodies by being allowed to live
Test subjects going to experimental drug centers paid for use of their bodies with "as little as $25 per day or as much as $6,900 for seven months," according to Bloomberg reporters Evans and Michael Smith
For the low-income families who were to take part in the EPA's proposed CHEERS: $970, a free video camera, a T-shirt and a framed certificate of appreciation
IG Farben "daughter" companies like Bayer have worked with the German government to set up a compensation fund for survivors of concentration camp medical experiments, but some survivors have experienced difficulty getting the money owed to them.
SFBC: Three test subjects who revealed the details of the potentially exploitative experimental drug test industry to the media were threatened with deportation, unless they signed statements denying the validity of the resulting articles.
New York City ACS: Though openly denying wrongdoing, ACS officials have both analyzed their own records for information on the extent and ethics of the experimental AIDS drug tests on foster children and contracted the Vera Institute of Justice to conduct an independent review.
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