People already legally sell blood, plasma, and bone marrow. Why not a kidney?
A recent Canadian Broadcasting Corporation article describes the travails of a man and his family who have waited eight years for a kidney transplant. Such needless pain could be eliminated by legalizing organ markets.
New analysis finds that thousands more die every year because the law forbids purchase of the kidneys they need to survive.
Thousands of patients who might have been helped died while rule was pending.
National Institutes of Health bioethicists agree with me and lift research moratorium
Scientists are trying to achieve just this goal, but some ethicists are opposed to the research
Why should not men be eligible for uterine transplants?
"If scientists can dream of a genetic manipulation, CRISPR can now make it happen"
Recent advances in uterus transplantation will soon make this possible
Just because it's new doesn't mean that it's wrong.
New York boy fights rule that requires potential recipients to be 12 before being put on waiting list
At least it's all voluntary, for the moment
Ohio authorities say he made request too late
Hospital has apparent change of position
Parents think its because of run-ins with police
Eighth-known victim of such an unusual transmission method
Could help work toward doing the same for humans
Had been denied adult lungs under current guidelines because she's too young
Drop the bureaucracy and allow personal negotiations
But she still needs a match to live
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius not bowing to appeal
Death panels? We don't have death panels!
Harvesting and selling kidneys