Are Veterinary Students in Favor of Xenotransplantation? An Opinion Study in a Spanish University With a Xenotransplantation Program
Quereda, J J
Herrero, J M
Transplantation proceedings 2010 Jul-Aug; 42(6): 2130-3
The shortage of available transplant organs has made it necessary to search for new alternatives, one of which is xenotransplantation. However, the use of animal organs and the personnel involved in its implementation could face opposition. Our objective was to analyze the attitudes of veterinary degree students in a Spanish university toward xenotransplantation and to determine the factors that affect its acceptance.
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