Israel’s 2008 Organ Transplant Law: continued ethical challenges to the priority points model

@inproceedings{Berzon2018Israels2O,
  title={Israel’s 2008 Organ Transplant Law: continued ethical challenges to the priority points model},
  author={Corinne Berzon},
  booktitle={Israel journal of health policy research},
  year={2018}
}
In 2008, responding to a widening gap between need and availability of transplant organs, Israel's Ministry of Health adopted a program of incentivized cadaveric organ donation. The Organ Transplant Law rewards individuals with prioritized access to organs on the condition that they participate in procurement efforts. Priority is awarded in the form of additional points allocated to the individual's organ recipient profile. Although Israel has experienced moderate gains in the years since the… CONTINUE READING
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