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Panama - The mandatory vaccination debate
Once again, the public debate begins on the mandatory nature of vaccination against Covid-19, in this case, as an imposition on state servants.
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176 days ago
The so-called Nuremberg Code of Conduct is a central ethical guideline currently used today for the preparation and implementation of medical, psychological and other experiments on humans.
The reason for the Nuremberg Codex were the crimes against humanity committed in the name of medical research during the time of National Socialism, in particular “criminal medical experiments” and forced sterilization.
POINT ONE OF TEN of the Nuremberg Codes of 1947
1. The volunteer's consent is essential. This means that the person concerned must be legally capable of giving their consent; that they must be able to use their judgment, unaffected by violence, fraud, cunning, pressure, pretense or any other form of persuasion or coercion; that they must know and understand the particular area in question sufficiently in order to be able to make an informed and informed decision. This last condition makes it necessary that the subject be made aware of the nature, length and purpose of the experiment before obtaining consent; as well as the method and the means which are to be used, all inconveniences and dangers that are justifiably to be expected, and the consequences for your health or your person that may result from participation. The duty and responsibility to determine the value of consent rests with anyone directing, directing, or performing the experiment. This is a personal duty and responsibility that cannot be passed on to others with impunity.
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