The Nuremberg Code
The Code of Nuremberg is a list of 10 points medical experiments should meet.
The Code came out of the Nuremberg trials, after the end of the Second World War.
After exposing the horrific Nazi experiments on people, the War Crimes Board This Code was drawn up in 1947 to prevent scientists from ever making mistakes again.
This code is accepted worldwidealso through the Netherlands and Belgium.
The code has formed the basis of the Dutch Medical Research Act with people (WMO).
The 10 points of the Code should ensure that Experiments are always carried out according to ethical rules be carried out.
So these 10 points must be reflected in every medical examination.