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Inside the National Archives: The Tuskegee Study (1930s-1972)



Throughout the study, the Public Health Service took photographs for its files. The images survive uncaptioned. Nurse Rivers, who was held in high regard by the participants, is the only person identified in the photographs.

Topics: Bioethics, Health, Tuskegee Study, syphilis, African-American men, photographs
Publisher: 'Wiley'
Year: 2008
DOI identifier: 10.13016/gz6k-ypnz
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