At Thanksgiving, a gift worthy of overwhelming gratitude
Guy Alexandre was the first surgeon to remove organs from a patient with a beating heart. His colleagues thought him a murderer; Alexandre disagreed and revolutionized our understanding of death.
Faced with rabbinic resistance and social ambivalence, the government has pioneered a program that rewards a willingness to donate
Costa Rican police raid labs connected to illegal Israeli transplant network
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