Eponyms honoring Nazi scientists are commonplace in the medical world today — and this must change.
Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who conducted sadistic experimented on Jews in Auschwitz, was chased by the Mossad to South America.
As a physician, Dr. Jessica Zitter was trained to be practical. But when she learned her dying patient’s history, all that training flew out the window.
In documentaries and live testimonials, survivors of Dr. Joseph Mengele’s “Right [life]-Left [death]” selection at Auschwitz, remember him as exceptionally handsome.
In “The German Doctor,” Argentinian film director Lucia Puenzo focuses on the stories of Nazis who found new lives in her native country. But when she started it, she hadn’t been thinking of Josef Mengele.
Nazi doctor Aribert Heim, who performed unnecessary operations without anesthesia in concentration camps, died a free man. How did he escape justice?