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It all depends on who you ask. Many of the experiments involved testicular implants, where Stanley would take the testicles out of executed prisoners and surgically implant them into living prisoners. Numerous citizens contracted pneumonia-like illnesses, and at least one person died as a result. The test subjects were injected with the disease in order to discover new inoculations for the condition.

It was like a farmer seeing a fertile field for the first time. As always, some teams lean more traditional, and some teams lean more progressive. Infants were the primary focus, as they would have had a full opportunity to absorb the new contaminants. The mosquito tests were known as Operation Big Buzz. The victims died as a result of the poison or were killed immediately in order to permit autopsies.

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This is good, and this is bad. After contracting the disease, the subjects were treated with various drugs to test their relative efficiency. One explanation would be that the free-agent market, from the team perspective, worked rationally. Seidelman, a professor from the University of Toronto, in collaboration with Dr. Yet the projections might now be fuzzier than ever.

These burns were inflicted on prisoners using phosphorus material extracted from incendiary bombs. But teams have recently been collecting information they never had. If a guy has been volatile, you might expect him to be somewhere in the middle.

We hear about it every spring training. Pitchers try to fold in new pitches all the time. He did this without the consent of the patients, and without informing them of what he was doing. The targets for sterilization included Jewish and Roma populations. He referred to them only by their initials on the medical reports.

They also injected radioactive chemicals into malnourished babies and then collected cerebrospinal fluid for analysis from their brains and spines. For the year-old who suddenly starts hitting balls over the fence, or getting opponents to swing and miss, this changes an entire career. The principal locales were Dachau and Auschwitz.

It was rumored that Rascher performed vivisections on the brains of victims who survived the initial experiment. Far less often do we hear about teams instructing pitchers to learn specific new pitches, because of their throwing motions. Last week, Alex Speier wrote a great article about the market in the Boston Globe. Besides studying the physical effects of cold exposure, the experimenters also assessed different methods of rewarming survivors.

They also injected radioactive