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February 2, 1998
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An Austrian hospital that killed children for Nazi experiments hosted a symposium on the medical legacy of the Third Reich and its implications for medical ethics. Among the issues discussed at the hospital, which still stores the brain specimens of about 400 children killed during World War II, was that doctors who conducted the experiments were never punished for their actions.

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