Donation, Sale, and Unbequeathed Possession of Human Organs
Sulaibekhat, Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences. Medical Jurisprudence: Third Symposium 1987 April 18-21: 7 p. [Online]. Accessed: http://www.islamset.com/bioethics/vision/index.html [2011 March 8]
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Body Parts and Fluids; Brain; Brain Death; Cadavers; Capital Punishment; Commerce; Commodification; Death; Donors; Ethics; Family Members; International Aspects; Islamic Ethics; Kidneys; Living Donors; Organ Donation; Organ Donors; Public Policy; Punishment; Regulation; Remuneration; Risk; Western World; Religious Ethics; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues; Economics of Health Care;
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Kishore, R.R. (2005-06)Despite stringent and fine tuned laws most jurisdictions are not able to curb organ trafficking. Nor are they able to provide organs to the needy. There are reports of the kidnapping and murder of children and adults to ...