2001.1 - The Problem of Transplant Tourism in Canada
Presenter: Aviva, Goldberg, Winnipeg, Canada
Authors: Aviva Goldberg
At the end of this presentation, participants will:
- Be familiar with the growing problem of transplant tourism in Canada and its impact on other countries
- Understand how the Declaration of Istanbul affects the work of transplant teams in Canada and other countries
- Become aware of the Canadian Society of Transplantation’s position statement on this issue and how it can be helpful to transplanters both in Canada and elsewhere.
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