Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'organ procurement'

Change in Kidney Transplant Policy Would Favor Younger Patients - NYTimes.com

The New York Times picks up on Washington Post coverage of an UNOS proposal to rework the rules for allocation of donated kidneys: Younger patients would be more likely than older ones to get the best kidneys under a proposal...

Updated: Brodsky's Organ Donor Bill Gets National Attention

Today's USA Today picks up on MofA Brodsky's effort to make consent to organ donation an implied default, while allowing residents to opt-out of donation if they feel strongly otherwise. A suburban New York assemblyman whose daughter is a two-time...

Discerning public opinion: how financial incentives could improve organ donation,reduce donor-recipient gap

June 16, 2008, the AMA adopted policy calling for the modification of current law to allow pilot studies on financial incentives for cadaveric organ donation. The current law, the National Organ Transplantation Act, prohibits financial incentives for organ donation,...

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