Legislative responses to organ transplantation / edited by World Health Organization
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World Health Organization. (1994). Legislative responses to organ transplantation / edited by World Health Organization. Dordrecht : Nijhoff. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/37687
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Bile, K.M.; Qureshi, J.A.R.H.; Rizvi, S.A.H.; Naqvi, S.A.A.; Usmani, A.Q.; Lashori, K.A. (2010)Organ transplantation must be viewed in relation to the prevailing cultural, religious and socio-economic conditions of a nation. Over the past two decades, Pakistan has emerged as one of the largest centres for commercial renal transplantation. Government efforts, supported by professional associations, civil society organizations and the media, along with World Health Organization technical assistance, have led to the development of legislation regulating this practice and curbing organ trade in conformity with international guidelines. Although ...