organ transplantation

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organ transplantation,

n the replacement of a diseased organ with a healthy organ from a donor with a compatible tissue type. Organs such as a kidney may be donated by living donors or harvested from brain-dead organ donors.
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The military arsenal of Hizbullah has become one of the most controversial issues on the Lebanese political landscape.
Sharif was also asked to avoid touching controversial issues and play his role to steer the country out of political instability, the sources added.
Laviano and myself who engage their students in deliberations about controversial issues, there is perhaps no decision more important than determining whether a topic is a matter of legitimate controversy in the first place.
Parking Matters" addresses the controversial issues of design and aesthetics, offering suggestions as to how to achieve community acceptance of garages while at the same time promoting the benefits of shared parking solutions that match specific development project conditions.
Xandra Kayden, a former president of the Los Angeles chapter who is still an active member, said the local leadership is strong and willing to take on controversial issues that are key to the group's mission.
will continue to provide impartial views of controversial issues through Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates, International, and Pro & Con Online.
This is a useful collection of 100 speeches that provide a chronological/topical history of America and highlight some controversial issues in that history.
Course Objective #3: Students will gain experiences in critical thinking about contemporary issues in psychology, in evaluating the quality of arguments supporting conflicting claims about controversial issues in psychology.
Having failed to have their way on other controversial issues, conservatives and evangelicals have rallied around the homosexual issue and are determined to win the ongoing battle for the "soul of Anglicanism," says journalist and author Stephen Bates.
Author Nel Noddings recommends the discussion of highly controversial issues with high school students, including hot questions on war, gender, advertising and religion.
Donald Monan Professor of Theology at Boston College and former President of the Society of Christian Ethics and Catholic Theological Society of America) is an in-depth introductory study of the bio-ethical practice of Christian-Catholic students or practitioners of the biological sciences, and the ethical approaches to employ within the context of such controversial issues.
Historical guides to controversial issues in America

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