About the Program
An FBI probe in New Jersey resulted in the arrest of political and religious leaders for alleged offenses that include organ trafficking. Yale University School of Medicine lecturer and kidney transplant recipient Sally Satel argues that underground organ trafficking will continue to thrive as long as the government prohibits organ recipients from paying donors. The event first aired live on C-SPAN from the American Enterprise Institute in Washington.
Sally Satel is a lecturer at Yale University School of Medicine and W.H. Brady Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. She has written numerous articles on health issues that have appeared in dozens of academic journals, as well as The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, The New York Times, and SLATE. She is also author of "PC M.D." and "When Altruism Isn't Enough."
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