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Organ transplantation

Manu L. Kothari, Lopa A. Mehta


Kidney transplants – or, rather, kidney trade – is very much in the news. We, in the medical profession, have managed to earn Shylockian sobriquets. What Bangalore or Bombay has revealed is but a symptom of a global malady. The whole gimmicky enjbnt terrible is parented by medicine’s ignorance of biolaws and arrogance of technocracy.

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