Video: In Iran, there is market for kidneys

Video: In Iran, there is market for kidneys

In Iran, buying and selling of kidneys is a commonplace. The replication of the market outside Iran is being championed by some Western doctors as a way to cut time for lifesaving transplants.
But some ethicists worry about taking advantage of the poor. (Aug. 16) AP

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