The Economist on Organ Transplants

The Economist has cogent things to say on setting up a market for organs including the fact that organ sales are legal in, of all places, Iran and the shortage in that country has been eliminated.  Here’s another interesting point:

America already lets people buy babies from surrogate mothers, and the
risk of dying from renting out your womb is six times higher than from
selling your kidney.

Hat tip to Harold Kyriazi.


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