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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Cold War Human Radiation Experiments and the Media - Ep. 325

  • Aired: 07/02/2009
  • 42:07
  • Rating: TV-G
Susan Lederer Professor, Medical History and Bioethics, UW-Madison Professor Susan Lederer talks about her research with Cold War radiation and human radiation experiments. She is trained as a historian of science and medicine. She studies the use of animal and human subjects in experiments and was involved in the 20th century American opposition to using animals in experimentation.
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Professor Susan Lederer tells about her career with controversial science methodologies.
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