Increasing the supply of cadaver organs for transplantation: Recognizing that the real problem is

Hazony, Orly
March 1993
Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine;Spring93, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p219
Academic Journal
Addresses the paradox between public opinion on cadaver organ donation and the actual rate of organ donation in the United States. Shortage of cadaver organs for transplantation; Financial incentives to donating organs; Legal framework of organ procurement; Psychological issues underlying organ procurement; Increasing organ supply; Minority donation issues.


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