Against Organ Markets but Be Cautious in Adopting Presumed Consent
This commentary endorses Caplan’s position in which he opposes organ markets. It also describes the professional efforts put forth in Taiwan to reduce organ tourism and trafficking. Finally, advice is given to recommend precaution and further discussion in order to promote the presumed consent model for organ procurement in some Asian settings.
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