Emerging Transplantation Ethics

Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 12 (1):7 (2006)
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Moates, Anne Organ donation, the ultimate gift a person can make to benefit humanity has its own share of risks and benefits along with some transplant ethics including issues such as coercion, solicitation, discrimination and exploitation. One of the most important dilemma emerging in transplant ethics is the issue of whether some sort of financial recompense be made in exchange for viable transplantable human organs is contentious

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