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Volume 77 2014 Number 3

Organs and Inducements

Philip J. Cook & Kimberly D. Krawiec
Special Editors

Foreword

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A Primer on Kidney Transplantation: Anatomy of the Shortage

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Six Decades of Organ Donation and the Challenges That Shifting the United States to a Market System Would Create Around the World

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Regulating the Organ Market: Normative Foundations for Market Regulation

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Perceptions of Efficacy, Morality, and Politics of Potential Cadaveric Organ-Transplantation Reforms

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Philanthropically Funded Heroism Awards for Kidney Donors?

131
Reverse Transplant Tourism

145
Organs Without Borders? Allocating Transplant Organs, Foreigners, and the Importance of the Nation-State (?)

175
State Organ-Donation Incentives Under the National Organ Transplant Act

217
Designing a Compensated–Kidney Donation System

253
Altruism Exchanges and the Kidney Shortage

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Reciprocal Altruism—the Impact of Resurrecting an Old Moral Imperative on the National Organ Donation Rate in Israel

323
Organ Quality as a Complicating Factor in Proposed Systems of Inducements for Organ Donation

337