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Should a Hospital Block a Recently Jailed Father from Donating a Kidney to Save His Son?

15:35 EST 14 Nov 2017 | Bioethics.com

(Quartz) – A.J. has now survived long enough that he can receive a kidney transplant, something that would allow him a healthy and normal childhood unmarked by the trials of constant dialysis. His father Anthony Dickerson is an excellent match … Read More

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