Sunday, August 10, 2003

Living organ donors.

An Associated Press story today (published in The Cleveland Plain Dealer and probably a thousand other places as well) makes the point that (a) more donors come from living donors than from cadavers and (b) the transplant "system" is not doing a very good job of collecting and tracking data or providing meaningful and accurate informed-consent disclosures concerning risk.
posted by tommayo, 3:47 PM

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