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How Much for a Kidney? Should live donors be compensated?

How Much for a Kidney? Should live donors be compensated? | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

How best to encourage and support organ donation is the subject of an this online series of articles which debate this topic.


Titled How Much for a Kidney? the series is published via the New Yprk Times and focuses on kidney transplantation. 

 

According to the World Health Organization, 80,000 kidney transplants are performed worldwide each year, yet the demand now out strips the supply of donor kidneys.

 

To access the series of articles, click on the banner headline.

 

To read the article on why the testing of well thought out incentives for organ donation now needs to be considered click on the following link-

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/08/21/how-much-for-a-kidney/test-incentives-for-organ-donations-theres-no-reason-not-to

 

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Polished, professional series of viewpoints on how best to increase organ donation published via the New York Times

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Transplant patient wins payout over kidney from donor with cancer

Transplant patient wins payout over kidney from donor with cancer | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

Reported via The Guardian in the United Kingdom that Robert Law (pictured) aged, 62, had to undergo six cycles of chemotherapy after receiving a kidney from woman who had lymphoma http://t.co/EKEVGfRdug)...

 

More background information on the case can be found by clicking on the link

Deborah Verran's insight:

Comprehensive processes are required in organ donation systems to prevent the overlooking of critical information which can then lead to adverse consequences

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