Deciding to donate a loved one's organs
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Deciding to donate a loved one's organs

Next year organ donor consent will be presumed, unless relatives expressly refuse permission. But how do doctors and nurses help families decide whether their loved one's organs could save a stranger's life?

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  • 24 Oct 2019