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Baneful Medicine: An exhibition considering medicine during and after the Holocaust

I would like to let all those who are in the NYC area know about an upcoming event, on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 from 6:00-8:30 pm, at The Great Hall of the Cooper Union (where Abraham Lincoln and Barrack Obama spoke in 1859 and 2008, respectively!).

The Center for Medicine After the Holocaust (CMATH) organizes multiple meaningful programs addressing pertinent issues associated with medical ethics and concerns, many of which have come to the fore as a result of the atrocious abusive practice of medicine and medical science experiments during the Holocaust. Among CMATH’s many activities over the years were lectures and art exhibits about medicine and the Holocaust in Prague, Budapest, Kiev. Some of those works and some new ones are on exhibit at Cooper Union’s library from April 2 through May 11. On Tuesday, April 24 between 6:00 – 8:30 pm, there will be an event with CMATH Champion Andrew Weinstein, who curated the exhibit and the artists, which will also include food and drink.

To learn  more about the event, register and receive free tickets you can go to this link.

Irit Felsen

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