U.K. considers cash-for-kidneys, presumed consent programs

10/10/2007 | Herald (Glasgow, Scotland), The

Organ donor and public health experts in the U.K. are considering programs that would help boost donations, including payment of live kidney donors and a "presumed consent" approach that would make all organs available upon death unless a patient has specifically opted out of the donation program.

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