Report on Organ Sales

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Report on organ sales

Peng Yl

Tutor: F.Yang

Study skills

6/12

International Business Class 5

Table of contents

1. Executive summary
This report was to research whether we should legalize the sale of human organs. It examined the cases about organ sales all over the world. The major methodology is case study of quality research. The main findings were that situation of organ translation and sales in entire world. It was concluded that legalize the sales of human organs can not make more people get rescue and the sale of human organs is a kind of crime. The recommendations are that organ sales should be banned and society needs a law to control the black market.

2. Introduction
Here is the report concerning about whether we should legalize the sale of human organs. People has discussed about it for a long time. According to public reports, China has become the world's second largest organ transplantation country. In China, There are about ten thousand cases of transplant operation each year. Besides, millions of patients are waiting for organ transplants. Under the serious imbalance of organ supply, some patients tend to buy organs through black market. It resulted in the formation of underground organ trading chain.

My assumption in this report is organ sales can not be legalized. The scopes of this report are the cases about organ sales all over the world. The methodology I used is quality research.

3. Literature review

3.1 The growth of organ sales

Organ transplantation and the discovery of antibiotics are considered as two important discoveries of human medicine in 20th Century. Every year, 1,500,000 patients who need organ transplantation has created an illegal industry—— organ sales. Some socialists investigate the phenomenon of organ sale in the modern society. They…...

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