Kidneys and controversies in the Islamic Republic of Iran: the case of organ sale

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Title

Kidneys and controversies in the Islamic Republic of Iran: the case of organ sale

Author

Tober, Diane M.

Publisher

2007/09/00

Publication Date

20070900

Primary Classification

19.5

Secondary Classification

19.5; 1.2; 9.3.1;19.3

Primary keywords

commerce--[pri];incentives--[pri];kidneys--[pri];organ donation--[pri];organ transplantation--[pri];policy making--[pri];remuneration--[pri]

Secondary keywords

adverse effects;altruism;autonomy;bioethical issues;biomedical technologies;body parts and fluids;brain death;cadavers;clergy;commodification;cross-cultural comparison;decision making;determination of death;dissent;fatwas;gifts;government financing;historical aspects;informed consent;interviews;Islamic ethics;knowledge, attitudes, practice;living donors;males;medical tourism;motivation;Muslim world;Muslims;physicians;public policy;qualitative research;selection for treatment;sharia;socioeconomic factors;statistics;tissue banks;transplant recipients

Subject

Iran--[pri]

Subject

Shiites;Sunnis

Journal Article

Body and Society 2007 September; 13(3): 151-170

Call Number

special issue shelf

Bibliography

33 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Kidneys and controversies in the Islamic Republic of Iran: the case of organ sale,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34801.