Organ Transplantation Policy, Hardback Book

Organ Transplantation Policy Hardback

Edited by James F. Blumstein, Frank A. Sloan


Organ transplantation as a high-cost surgical and medical procedure poses an extraordinarily rich and complex set of social, ethical, and policy issues. A June 1988 symposium at Vanderbilt University gathered leaders in a wide variety of fields to synthesize the current state of knowledge concerning organ transplantation policy and to access policy options.

Collected here are the revised papers presented at that symposium; also included is one influential earlier paper on the same topic.

Together, they constitute a major contribution to the debate on organ transplantation policy and its moral, legal, financial, and political implications.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 277 pages
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Transplant surgery
  • ISBN: 9780822309390



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