Is There a Particular Ethical Practice and Policy Space in North America for Uncontrolled Kidney Donation after Circulatory Death?

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 45 (1):142-148 (2017)
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Abstract

Despite successful transplantation outcomes in Europe, uncontrolled organ donation after circulatory determination of death has essentially been a non-starter in North America. In this paper, I identify and explore a set of interesting, ethics-related considerations that are of relevance to this organ donation-transplantation practice. The analysis provides a theoretical platform for my development of a proposal for the creation of a particular ethical practice and policy space for kidney uDCDD in the U.S. and Canada that recognizes and aims to effectively address the various, identified challenges and constraints.

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