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The Tuskegee Syphilis Study has become the most transcendental harm-maker example of racism in the medical field It is shameful for in an area as important as the medical one where lives come and go issues such as this one should never be taken in consideration by anyone whos capable of destroying or saving a life I has shown through the years that it was an unethical experiment and it has brought resentments that we still face in this time of life It prone many African Americans who were not aware to decay their health and to consequently loose their trust over the health system and organizations 1 through out the United States and even to the people Disregarding the lives it took and the many people who suffered from it the Study made much harm in a social context than any other experiment in the history of medicine In my point of view it affected the society in which we live today in the three following features First and most important of all It damaged the trust that many African Americans had toward the health system 2 It has always been known that in order of something to work people must first believe in it A system cant and will not work as it should when members of the group whom are going to be benefited from it believe that in exchange they could be harmed It is never going to go forward since members of the society which feed this system are pulling it backwards And they have a reason and even a right to not be looking forward to seek help from the health system And the only good thing this event brings is that to see the offense the members of the white society who participated in the Tuskegee Study created is going to let other members of the medical field realize that there is work
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