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Organ Donors ( Not ) by Default ?

  title={Organ Donors ( Not ) by Default ?},
  author={Eric J. Johnson and Daniel G. Goldstein},
[100 words to be written] More people approve of organ donation than register to be donors. In the United States, a recent poll showed that 81% of Americans approve of organ donation. However, in the states with the highest donor signup rates (through the Motor Vehicle Administrations), only half this number elect to opt in to the donor registry. Given the high approval level, why the low registration rates? Another curious finding is that organ donation rates vary widely across geographies… 

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