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  • This product had a total of 29 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jan 26 2020.
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Very informative and well written

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An important work that will hopefully awaken the logic of organ selling and end the shortage, A well written and a mind-provoki...  Read More

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Author Sigrid Fry Revere, Ph.D, is the president of the Center for Ethical Solutions which educates the public on patient care ...  Read More


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    I received an advance copy of this book from the author.


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    In order to receive a 5 star rating a book must make me care about the subject and intellectually stimulate me while also providing humorous moments.


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    Iran's shortage was erased within 15 years of legally allowing donors to sell their kidneys.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    That is just what sigrid fry-revere, a bioethicist and lawyer, encountered in iran.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    As an example, since donating a kidney is a one-time scenario, if doing so would jeopardize the donor’s job through work time lost, it would not lead to long-term positive results.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Dialysis is really only a temporary crutch, and most dialysis patients live no longer than five years before the toxins their kidney can no longer filter out overcome their body, causing their ultimate death.


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    Fry-revere is the president of a new non-profit organization, stop organ trafficking now, which intends to lobby congress to help stop organ trafficking by restoring the original intent of the national organ transplant act of 1984.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Bastani, a native born iranian, who translated for her and assisted in making sure protocols were carried out correctly.

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