|Ethicists and Economists for Ethical Donation Practices|
“Ethicists and Economists for Ethical Donation Practices”
This site houses open letters by ethicists and economists who support donation practices that have not been instituted because of ethical and economic concerns, addressed to governments and other groups that have the power to institute the practices in question. While such concerns are understandable given the high stakes and complexities involved, the authors believe that these practices are ultimately justified, especially in light of the lives they promise to improve and save.
Jaworski, P. M., D. Faraci, et. al. Open letter to the Board of Canadian Blood Services Urging the Creation of a Cooperative Canada-U.S. Kidney Paired Donation Program. 3 December 2020. Retrieved from https://donationethics.com/kpd.
Jaworski, P. M., D. Faraci, et. al. “Comment on Change to the Definition of ‘Human Organ’ Under Section 301 of the National Organ Transplant Act of 1984.” Open Letter to Shelley Grant, Health Resources and Services Administration. 7 September 2016. Retrieved from https://donationethics.com/marrow.
Jaworski, P. M., D. Faraci, et. al. Open Letter to the Expert Panel on Immune Globulin Product Supply and Related Impacts in Canada. 16 January 2018. Retrieved from https://donationethics.com/plasma.
Jaworski, P. M., D. Faraci, et. al. Open Letter to the Senate of Canada on Bill S-252. 26 July 2018. Retrieved from https://donationethics.com/senateplasma.