The Ethics of First Person Consent
May 6, 2011
There are more people who need organs than there are organs available. That puts pressure on all sides of the organ donation equation – patients, families and medical professionals.
Joining host Lorell LaBoube on the Bioethics Channel to talk about one approach to this challenge are Terry Rosell, DMin, PhD, Rosemary Flanigan Chair at the Center for Practical Bioethics, and Rob Linderer, president and CEO of the Midwest Transplant Network.