US Army Doc Experimented on Students

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John Henry HagmannA doctor who has been training soldiers and medical personnel in treating battlefield wounds since 2000 is accused of using his students as human guinea pigs. John Henry Hagmann gave at least 10 students the drug ketamine and then had other students perform nerve-block procedures on them, according to an investigation by the Virginia Board of Medicine.

He also had students inserted with catheters, gave trainees drugs and alcohol.

Hagmann’s license has been temporarily suspended and he will face a medical board hearing on June 19. Hagmann’s training company, Deployment Medicine Consultants, has also come under fire for using live pigs in training exercises. Read more.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}

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  1. “Deployment Medicine Consultants, has also come under fire for using live pigs in training exercises” the use of live animals for military medical training has been going on for decades. i have read many books by combat medics, and a vast majority attribute practicing on live animals to helping them save lives. its better that animals die than people die. i dont know about this doctor, but dont condemn life saving training.

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