Organ Donation Analytical Essay by cee-cee

Organ Donation
Discusses the ethical issues of organ donation.
# 115751 | 860 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Aug 10, 2009 in Medical and Health (General) , Ethics (General)


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Description:

This paper looks at organ donation from the point of view of what is just for the donor and beneficial to the recipient. The paper relates that it was suggested that organ donations should somehow be connected with self-interest because altruism alone is failing to meet the demand for organs. The paper also relates that compensation for organ donations has been suggested but there are ethical considerations concerned with such compensation. These ethical concerns are then discussed and the paper concludes that it is important that the public is kept informed about the ethical issues, and shall be offered an opportunity to communicate their concerns.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Nancy Valko. Should we be dying to donate? Voices Online Edition Vol. XX NO. 1. 2005. Pp. 7
  • Alexander Tabarrok. Life Saving Incentives: Consequences, costs and solutions to the organ shortage. The Library of Economic and Liberty. 2004. Pp. 5
  • H. Kliemt. A Superior Approach to Organ Allocation and Donation. Transplantation Vol. 70(4). 2000. pp. 699-707.

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