Should Organs Be Sold?
Episode 10 | 26m 46s
Each day, twenty-two people in the US die waiting for an organ. The introduction of a market for organs could decrease waiting lists, but could also incentivize dangerous behavior from both buyers and sellers. With so many lives at stake, we must ask: should organs be sold? Hosted by Carlos Watson with guests Abigail Blanco, Amy Holmes, Michele Goodwin, and Nahel Elias.
Aired: 06/28/16Video has closed captioning.
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