New steps for organ harvest in UK suggested

Issue re-ignites ethical debate about how far doctors should go to save the lives of people with organ failure.

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    The British Medical Association says almost 1,000 people die in the UK each year because of a lack of donor organs.

    The BMA says new measures could be put in place to keep dying patients alive just for their organs. The issue has re-ignited an ethical debate about how far doctors should go to save the lives of people with organ failure.

    Simon McGregor-Wood reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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