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Annie’s Problem 

Annie’s Problem
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Annie’s Problem
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Jackie Leach Scully

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10.1093/med/9780190624880.003.0012
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date: 04 June 2020

This case study illustrates nondirected, paired, or pooled organ donation schemes. Paired donation schemes have been established relatively recently in a number of countries, including the US and Korea. Pooled donation can include pairs and single altruistic donors, in a chain of interventions. On the face of it, the schemes are promising solutions (or at least partial solutions) to the sociomedical problem of donor scarcity, but do involve ethical issues.

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