Increasing Kidney Transplantation in Britain: The Importance of Donor Cards, Public Opinion and Medical Practice
Social Science and Medicine 1986; 22(10): 1075-1080
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Increasing Kidney Transplantation in Britain: The Importance of Donor Cards, Public Opinion and Medical Practice Lewis, Alan; Snell, Martin (1986)To increase the number of persons in Great Britain donating kidneys, the Department of Health and Social Security began an advertising campaign in 1984 on the merits of carrying signed donor cards. During the first ...
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