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What Conceivable Benefit?

The first two installments of this story described the emotional appeals central to the transplant industry’s national campaign to recruit live kidney donors and an example of how successful it can be in convincing people – contrary to the evidence – that living donation is nearly risk-free and beneficial to donors. This installment discusses how a remarkable evolution of ethics turned the once unthinkable into an act which is now publicly encouraged and glorified.

Part Three: What Conceivable Benefit?

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