Title Parts of the process Media name/outlet Big Issue North Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 15/01/18 Description If we paid a fair price for live organ transplants, there would be fewer waiting-list deaths, says John Harris, an ethicist at Manchester University and author of the book How To Be Good. Harris argues that we should pay for live organ donations in order to increase supply. “Fair remuneration does not negate altruism – and overall, the NHS would save money,” he says.
“There is this idea that money is sordid. It is not. People are dying of organ failure – and there are millions of organs out there going to waste.”
URL https://www.bigissuenorth.com/features/2018/01/parts-of-the-process/ Persons John Harris
- medical ethics
- clinical trials
- body parts