A Market for Human Organs?

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Since the quality of the surgeons and hospitals in these countries is much lower than in developed countries, this greatly reduces the quality of the organs used and how well they are matched to the organ types of recipients. Allegations of human rights violations associated with the acquisition of transplant organs in these countries are not uncommon...
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Allegations of human rights violations associated with the acquisition of transplant organs in these countries are not uncommon. Numerous, well-supported allegations have been made suggesting that China has executed prisoners to satisfy the demand for organs...
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