After Words with Dick Teresi
Mr. Teresi makes the controversial argument that the business of organ harvesting is blurring the line between life and death. He contends… read more
Mr. Teresi makes the controversial argument that the business of organ harvesting is blurring the line between life and death. He contends that organ harvesting puts pressure on medical professionals to declare patients dead, rather than keep them on life support and attempt to save them. He discusses his findings with psychiatrist and transplant recipient Sally Satel, an American Enterprise Institute scholar in mental health policy. close
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Sally L. Satel M.D. Resident Scholar American Enterprise Institute->Health Policy
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