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Legislation: United Kingdom (Isle of Man). an Act (Chapter No. 3) to Prohibit Commercial Dealings in Human Organs Intended for Transplanting; to Prohibit the Transplanting of Such Organs Between Persons Who Are Not Genetically Related; and For Connected Purposes. Dated 16 March 1993. (The Human Organ Transplants Act 1993) Unknown author (1996)
Mahowald, Mary B.; Silver, Jerry; Ratcheson, Robert A. (1987-02)Fetal tissue transplants have now been successful in primates, raising the possibility of treatment for Parkinson's disease and other chronic illnesses. Whether or not abortion is morally justified, use of human fetal tissue ...