The Attitude of Scottish Citizens to Xenotransplantation in the South East of Spain: An Emerging Population Subgroup
Transplantation proceedings 2010 Jul-Aug; 42(6): 2126-9
It is important to discover whether xenotransplantation would be accepted in society. In populations where there are preclinical projects there is the possibility of xenotransplantation to humans. In the South East of Spain in recent years there has been a significant social change, due to the migratory influx, which is making it necessary to reconsider the level of acceptance of xenotransplantation. The objective of this study was to analyze the attitudes of and to determine relevant variables among the population from southeastern Spain who were born in Scotland.
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