The real and growing problem of human organ trafficking

    Last week, the United Nations and the Council of Europe released a report calling for improved monitoring of human organ trafficking by national and international organizations. We explore the real and growing problem of selling and buying human organs with Penn ethicist ART CAPLAN who co-authored the new study and NANCY SCHEPER-HUGHES, professor of anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley. Listen to the mp3

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