Malaria: Attorney represents victims of "experiments"
Foster children from various former foster homes in Vienna have revealed that in the 1960’s experiments with malaria pathogenic agents have been carried out on them. This form of therapy has been used as a treatment against syphilis and has been abandoned after treatment with antibiotics has proven far more effective.
One of the victims, Wilhelm J., raises serious charges against the Vienna University Hospital. The 63-year old man describes how in 1964 he was infected with malaria by the hospitals doctors. He asked attorney Dr. Johannes Öhlböck LL.M., Attorney Austria, for aid in this matter. After the story made the round in local media, more and more victims have already addressed Dr. Johannes Öhlböck LL.M., describing similar procedures in the 1960’s.
Attorney Dr. Johannes Öhlböck LL.M. demands from the local authorities, to provide all information available to uncover the full range of this matter.