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By Art Caplan, Ph.D.
Aug 7, 2012
Despite the great demand, very few Americans donate their organs when they die. But the reason for that may not be what you’d think — it’s your relatives.
That’s what David Shaw, honorary lecturer at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, thinks the real problem is. In an article published Tuesday in the British Medical Journal, he writes that one of the biggest reasons more people don’t wind up donating is veto by their family.
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