Due to organ shortages
in the United States and around the world, many individuals die or experience a poor quality of life while on transplant waiting lists.
Of course, efficacy and morality overlap to the extent that reducing the organ shortage
saves lives and reduces suffering, but there are also other moral concerns of autonomy and justice, which might function more like side constraints.
to the organ shortage
lies in addressing the psychological issues
These measures would best address the organ shortage
within the existing U.
Unsurprisingly, various untoward individuals see organ shortages
as an easy opportunity for money by pressuring the global poor into selling their organs.
It is difficult to pinpoint precisely when organ shortages
first appeared because of the absence of the earlier data.
Doctors want a system of "presumed consent" to be introduced to tackle organ shortages
The most difficult part of lung retransplantation is the ethical issues involved in giving one patient two opportunities for transplant when that probably denies other patients of even one transplant, because of donor organ shortages
Perhaps the perceived need to be physically "whole" also underlies the severe organ shortages
presently experienced: This apparently subconscious fear of dismemberment following death means that countless individuals fail to donate their organs.
is little wonder, then, that organ shortages
This means that the current system, in which bereaved relatives make the decision just after the death, will continue and organ shortages
look likely to continue as well.
Newer transplant programs, anxious to build a patient base and flummoxed by organ shortages
, are often turning quickly to living donations, Dr.