China's Bitter Harvest: The Theft and Sale of Human Body Parts
U.S. News & World Report 2001 February 5; 130(5): 34
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Reardon, Patrick Henry; Meilaender, Gilbert; Appleby, Earl E., Jr.; Bamburger, John Eudes; Byrne, Paul A.; Engelhardt, H. Tristram, Jr.; Haverland, Mark; Riley, Patrick G.D. (2001-06)Includes the article: The commerce in human body parts: an Eastern Orthodox view (reprinted from Christian Bioethics 2000 August; 6(2): 205-213) with responses: Fundamental agreement, by Gilbert Meilaender; An intrinsic ...
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