1. Consider each of the individual basic principles: autonomy, veracity, beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice, role fidelity, and confidentiality. Which of these principles were sacrificed in the Tuskegee study? Explain your answer
2. To what extent should blame for the lack of ethical conduct be placed on the shoulders of Nurse Eunice Rivers? Although never in charge, it should be noted that during the study, physicians came and went, but Nurse Rivers was the consistent figure throughout the study. The USPHS awarded her several commendations for her work. Is she more, less, or equally to blame with the others involved? Explain your answer.
Answer for each have to be 3 paragraphs.