Shomatsu Yokoyama

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Shomatsu Yokoyama
Born 1913
Died 1992
Nationality Japan
Fields physicians
Known for refused to conduct medical experiments on humans

Shomatsu Yokoyama (横山 正松, Yokoyama Shōmatsu, 1913–1992) was a Japanese physician. During the Second World War, he disobeyed orders to conduct inhumane experiments on living human beings.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Suenaga, Keiko (Sep 2008). "Shomatsu Yokoyama, a physiologist who refused to conduct experiments on living human bodies". Nihon ishigaku zasshi. Journal of Japanese history of medicine. Japan. 54 (3): 239–48. ISSN 0549-3323. PMID 19244742.