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Human organ harvest

By Jon Holmlund The ethical practice of human organ transplantation entails consent from a donor to donate an organ while still living (e.g., one of the donor’s two kidneys), or after dying (e.g., the heart).  In the latter case, it is still generally accepted that the donor must be dead first, and that the harvesting …

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