Week 4 DQ 2 - What are some ethical dilemmas in selling...

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What are some ethical dilemmas in selling organs, organ donation and transplant rationing? Donating ones organs after death is honorable, helping out helping out of the unknown person even after death. This is usually done by someone who is a caring person who gives all during their life. There is always been complex depending on one’s beliefs about donating and selling organs. The German Evangelical Church says the transplant other reproductive clients is an ethical because it intervenes in the genetics of the human being (Organ and Tissue Transplants). The selling of organs is not legal in most regions, so the ethical dilemma and the selling of organs are unethical. There are many that do sell organs but it usually does not help their financial status. Even though his wrong to buy and sell organs, is still done on the black market, behind closed doors. When it comes to the organ donations or transplants the criteria for who gets what organs comes down to is in the worst shape. The potential candidates must be registered
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Week 4 DQ 2 - What are some ethical dilemmas in selling...

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