SPOTLIGHT: Killing-for-organs case could impact transplants

As we reported yesterday, a Los Angeles-area transplant physician has been charged with speeding a patient's death with morphine and Ativan to harvest his organs. While that's bad enough, a larger question looms--will the bad press generated by his case dissuade potential organ donors from coming forward?  Article

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