Sts. Cosmas and Damian perform a leg-transplant,
16. ORGAN DONATION:
and Why a Pope Cannot be an Organ-Donor
16.2. PROCEDURES, COMPLICATIONS, and ABUSES
- NEJM article - mention own difficulties with shift in who introduces
- NEJM article
16.2.3. THE SCANDAL of HOOTEN ROOZROKH
- NEJM article cite first few paragraphs of relevant section, then doc with multiple descriptions of problem
1. May, ch. 7, pp. 302-314 (advance directives); ch. 8, pp. 351-360, (organ donation)
2. Bernat, James L., “The Boundaries of Organ Donation after Circulatory Death,” The New England Journal of Medicine, Aug 14, 2008, pp. 669-671.
3. Delmonico, Arnold, & Scheper-Hughes ,“Ethical Incentives — Not Payment — For Organ Donation,” New England Journal of Medicine, June 20, 2002, pp. 2002-2005.
4. Gillick, Muriel R., “Reversing the Code Status of Advance Directives?,” The New England Journal of Medicine, April 1, 2010, 1239-1240.
5. Steinbrook, Robert, “Organ Donation after Cardiac Death,” The New England Journal of Medicine, July 19, 2007, pp. 209-213.
6. Truog, Robert D. “Consent for Organ Donation — Balancing Conflicting Ethical Obligations,” The New England Journal of Medicine, March 20, 2008, pp. 1209-1211.
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