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Organ Transplantation:ethical issues and the Indian scenario

Sanjay Nagral


Abstract

There are many who believe that transplantation represents one of the most spectacular achievements of modern medical science. Advances from many fields of medicine have contributed to a tremendous improvement in results over the decades. This has lead to a steep rise in the numbers of transplants being performed.

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