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Brittney Stewart

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Selling kidneys. Is it unethical or an untapped business opportunity?

There are towns in India where people are selling their kidneys in order to support their families, not realizing the detrimental effects it will have on them. They are largely being taken advantage of because it is a black market affair. Because of this, it would make more sense for both parties to have it legalized so people all over the world can get the kidneys they need and the people who are selling them will be protected and compensated fairly.

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  • Oct 14 2011: I think it can to sell Sidney because it’s can to transplant an organ for on a waiting list.
    These days illegal trafficking of human organs is prevalent; so if government monitoring irregularities, and will be penalized for it strictly, it is very effective solution for many people who need to organ trasplant operation.
    Still a lot of people are waiting for organ transplants, and many people have a hope that can live by undergo an operation. Therefore I think it’s possible, if someone who has will that to sell organs by oneself.

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