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  1. Feb 2017
    1. Professor Maria Luiza Tucci Carneiro, a historian who coordinates the University of São Paulo’s Laboratory for the Study of Ethnicity, Racism and Discrimination, said she hopes the classroom learning eventually goes beyond the science to history and ethics.

      What she says is that Mengele did is unethical and hopes that the students learn that this should never happen again and that there was no profound evidence that the experiments never had an impact on medicine.

    2. Students should also learn “how physicians, psychiatrists and other leading scientists were in the service of the Reich, lending their knowledge to exclude the ethnic groups classified as belonging to inferior races”, said Carneiro. “An exclusion that culminated in genocide.”

      This shows that even today people learned that the scientists, psychiatrists, and psychiatrists were in the Reich did not acknowledge any of research of any "inferior groups". This shows that Mengele did not acknowledge the research of people that found vaccines for diseases that were not part of the "Master race'.

    3. “The bones will be helpful to teach how to examine the remains of an individual and then match that information with data in documents related to the person,”

      The bones are helpful teaching because it shows the history of medical history of Mengele. This shows that the bones are proven useful to what happened to Mengele throughout his life. The data shows that helps show that can be traced. It also shows that with modern science and technology it is able to show what he suffered from and what killed him.

    4. Dr Daniel Romero Muñoz, who led the team that identified Mengele’s remains in 1985, saw an opportunity to put them to use. Several months ago, the head of the department of legal medicine at the University of São Paulo’s Medical School obtained permission to use them in his forensic medical courses.

      This shows that the bones of people are put to use. This is a connection to what happened in Auschwitz because after a person was decomposed from experimentation, the bones were sent to Berlin for examination.