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Is there a moral way to fix America's kidney shortage?

from The Atlantic

The exchange of kidneys represents what economists call a repugnant market: it could be made more efficient if people were allowed to pay for them, but there are ethical concerns about introducing money into the equation. As demand far outstrips supply — the average wait for a kidney has climbed to 4.5 years — there's an increasing call for establishing a regulated organ market. more


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