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    Defining the Cause of Death and Vitality of Organs in the Ethical Analysis of Controlled Donation after Circulatory Death Procedures.Giuliano Testa & Anji Wall - 2023 - American Journal of Bioethics 23 (2):35-38.
    In their manuscript, Nielsen Busch and Mjaaland (2023) argue that controlled donation after circulatory death (cDCD) is compatible with the dead donor rule (DDR) by describing the DDR and the incor...
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    Ethical Considerations in Supporting Donation after Circulatory Death: The Role of the Dead-Donor Rule.Robert Fine & Giuliano Testa - 2022 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 33 (3):220-224.
    There is a conflict between the wishes of terminally ill patients to allow withdrawal of treatment and become donors after cardiac death (DCD) and the limit on interventions required by the dead-donor rule (DDR). Once a breathing tube is removed, hours can pass before the patient expires. This interim time complies with the DDR, but often makes donation impossible. The consequences are the nullification of donors’ wishes and the waste of organs for transplantation. Since the DDR was developed, attitudes on (...)
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    Living Donation and Cosmetic Surgery: A Double Standard in Medical Ethics?Giuliano Testa, Erica Carlisle, Mary Simmerling & Peter Angelos - 2012 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 23 (2):110-117.
    The commitment of transplant physicians to protect the physical and psychological health of potential donors is fundamental to the process of living donor organ transplantation. It is appropriate that strict regulations to govern an individual’s decision to donate have been developed. Some may argue that adherence to such regulations creates a doctor-patient relationship that is rooted in paternalism, which is in drastic contrast with a doctor-patient relationship that is rooted in patients’ autonomy, characteristic of most other operative interventions.In this article (...)
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    Considering Uterus Transplantation for a Same-Sex Couple: A Case Study.Anji E. Wall, Liza Johannesson & Giuliano Testa - 2020 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 31 (2):154-157.
    A woman with congenital absence of a uterus applied for participation in a clinical trial for uterus transplantation. She was married to a woman who had the potential to carry a child without the need for aggressive medical intervention. Thus, the question arose regarding whether the infertile partner should be considered for uterus transplantation. In this article we discuss the ethical issues with uterus transplantation for a member of a same-sex couple, whose partner could carry a pregnancy. We review the (...)
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    Living Donation, Listing, and Prioritization in Uterus Transplantation.Anji Wall & Giuliano Testa - 2018 - American Journal of Bioethics 18 (7):20-22.
    In their article, Bruno and Arora (2018) conclude that if deceased donor uterus transplantation has equivalent outcomes and the supply of deceased donors is sufficient, then living uterus donation...
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    Ethical Issues in Donation following Circulatory Death: A Scoping Review Examining Changes over Time from 1993 to 2022.Briget da Graca, Trevor Borries, Heather Polk, Sudha Ramakrishnan, Giuliano Testa & Anji Wall - 2023 - AJOB Empirical Bioethics 14 (4):237-277.
    Background: Ethical frameworks for organ donation following circulatory death (DCD) were established >20 years ago. However, considerable variation exists among these, indicating consensus has not been reached on all issues. Additionally, advances such as cardiac DCD transplants and normothermic regional perfusion (NRP) may have reignited old debates.Methods: We reviewed the English-language literature addressing ethical issues in DCD from 1993 to 2022, examining changes in frequency with which ethical principles and their sub-themes identified within each, were addressed.Results: Non-maleficence was the most (...)
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    Living Donor Ethics and Uterus Transplantation.Anji E. Wall & Giuliano Testa - 2023 - Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 66 (1):195-209.
    Abstractabstract:This article provides an in-depth ethical analysis of living donor uterus transplantation, incorporating clinical, psychological, and qualitative study data into the discussion. Although the concept of living organ donors as patients in their own right has not always been present in the field of transplantation, this conceptualization informs the framework for living donor ethics that we apply to living uterus donation. This framework takes root in the principles of research ethics, which include respect for persons, beneficence, and justice. It incorporates (...)
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    The Transplant Surgeon and Transplant Tourists: Ethical and Surgical Issues.Giuliano Testa & Peter Angelos - 2010 - American Journal of Bioethics 10 (2):12-13.
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    Two Cases of Pregnancy Following Uterine Transplant: An Ethical Analysis.Anji Wall, Liza Johannesson, Giuliano Testa & Ann Warren - forthcoming - Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics.
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    Two Cases of Pregnancy Following Uterine Transplant: An Ethical Analysis.Anji E. Wall, Liza Johannesson, Giuliano Testa & Ann Marie Warren - 2020 - Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics 10 (3):263-268.
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