U.S. human organ procurement
Blum, Natalie Cheryl
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Each day 17 people die while waiting for an organ, over 6,000 a year. These tragic deathsare needless given that thousands more organs housed in tcheept caabldaevers of medically acpotential donors, over six times more than the number of pote buentriieadl organ candidates, areach year. Yet this very wastefulness, the presence ofl s suppluch sy, substtraonntgliayl potentiasuggests that the organ shortage is a rectifiable ocsiurtuaemteinton. C poliurcy, byrent organ prinsisting that financial incentives to encourage orgaln slegauppl, haly asr ce unereattehdical and iand sustained our country's unfortunate and costly organ shortage.
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