Islam, organ transplants, and organ trafficking in the Muslim world: paving a path for solutions

Dublin Core

Title

Islam, organ transplants, and organ trafficking in the Muslim world: paving a path for solutions

Author

Budiani, Debra
Shibly, Othman

Publisher

2008/00/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20080000

Primary Classification

19.5

Secondary Classification

19.5;1.2;9.3.1

Primary keywords

commerce--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];organ donation--[pri];remuneration--[pri]

Secondary keywords

body parts and fluids;cadavers;fatwas;guidelines;international aspects;Islamic councils;justice;legal aspects;living donors;medical tourism;organ donors;organ transplantation;resource allocation;selection for treatment;sharia;socioeconomic factors;transplant recipients

Subject

Egypt--[pri];Middle East--[pri]

Subject

Coalition for Organ-Failure Solutions;Council of Arab Ministers of Health;Islamic Charter of Medical Ethics;Islamic Fiqh Academy;Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA);Unified Arab Draft Law on Human Organ Transplants

Journal Article

Brockopp, Jonathan E.; Eich, Thomas, eds. Muslim Medical Ethics: From Theory to Practice. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008: 138-150

Note

36

Primary Document Type

c

Call Number

R725.59 .M87 2008

Series

Studies in comparative religion series

Bibliography

20 fn.

ISBN

9781570037535

Collection

Citation

“Islam, organ transplants, and organ trafficking in the Muslim world: paving a path for solutions,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 19, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34284.