A pilot programme of organ donation after cardiac death in China

@article{Huang2012APP,
  title={A pilot programme of organ donation after cardiac death in China},
  author={Jiefu Huang and J. Michael Millis and Yilei Mao and M Andrew Millis and Xinting Sang and Shou-xian Zhong},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2012},
  volume={379},
  pages={862-865}
}
China's aims are to develop an ethical and sustainable organ transplantation system for the Chinese people and to be accepted as a responsible member of the international transplantation community. In 2007, China implemented the Regulation on Human Organ Transplantation, which was the first step towards the establishment of a voluntary organ donation system. Although progress has been made, several ethical and legal issues associated with transplantation in China remain, including the use of… Expand

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