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[[File:Auschwitz-Birkenau Hauptgebäude.jpg|thumb|right|Remains of the building at [[Auschwitz concentration camp|Auschwitz II (Birkenau)]] where Schuman committed his medical atrocities.]]
 
[[File:Auschwitz-Birkenau Hauptgebäude.jpg|thumb|right|Remains of the building at [[Auschwitz concentration camp|Auschwitz II (Birkenau)]] where Schuman committed his medical atrocities.]]
   
Schumann selected some of the women in [[Block 10]] in the main camp of Auschwitz. In this Block Jewish women had been imprisoned for human experiments. To control the radiation on women, prisoner doctors (Dr. Maximilian Samuel, Dr. Wladislaw Dering) had to remove an ovary.<ref>Lang, 132-143</ref>
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Schumann selected some of the women in [[Block 10]] in the main camp of Auschwitz. In this Block Jewish women had been imprisoned for human experiments. To control the radiation on women, prisoner doctors (Dr. Maximilian Samuel, Dr. Wladislaw Dering) had to remove an ovary. <ref>Lang, 132-143</ref>
   
 
Schumann also performed typhus experiments by injecting people with blood from typhus patients and then attempting to cure the newly infected subjects. Schumann left Auschwitz in September 1944 and was appointed to the [[Sonnenstein Clinic]] in Saxony which had earlier been converted into a military hospital.
 
Schumann also performed typhus experiments by injecting people with blood from typhus patients and then attempting to cure the newly infected subjects. Schumann left Auschwitz in September 1944 and was appointed to the [[Sonnenstein Clinic]] in Saxony which had earlier been converted into a military hospital.

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