Ending Monopolies On American Lives By Reforming Organ Procurement Organizations


The U.S. charges organ procurement organizations (OPOs) with coordinating with a potential organ donor’s next of kin so that lifesaving organs can be recovered and transplanted. 
The stakes are literally life-and-death, and the need is great: last year there were 32,000 organ transplants in the United States from deceased …..


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