Later the T-4 euthanasia program resulted in the extermination of the mentally ill. The Holocaust followed. Recent advances in genetics have led to a resurgence on psychiatric genetics research. Dr. Baron discusses the history of Nazi-funded genetics research and comments on whether investigators today should utilize some of the data generated by Nazi-funded research.
Full reference: Miron Baron. Psychiatric Genetics and Prejudice: Can the Science be Separated from the Scientist? Molecular Psychiatry 1998;3:96-100. This article is from the March 1988 issue of Molecular Psychiatry (http://www.stockton-press.co.uk/mp), an independent peer-reviewed journal published by Stockton Press/Macmillan Press.
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