Dementia medical test rules slammed in Germany

DW, 2 June 2016
Source: Deutsche Welle
“Amendments to Germany’s Medicines Act planned by Health Minister would allow clinical testing if prior to the onset of dementia the person had signed a consent form. The draft German law has been slammed by former Health Minister Ulla Schmidt as “highly dangerous.” Clinical testing is a highly sensitive topic in Germany because of murderous experiments conducted during Hitler’s 12-year Nazi regime. The legislative change stems from a modernized EU regulation.”
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