Since We Last Spoke: Organ Trade Crackdown - Pacific Standard

Since We Last Spoke: Organ Trade Crackdown

Last issue, Ethan Watters described Nancy Scheper-Hughes' decades-long efforts to expose a hidden global market for human organs.
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Last issue, Ethan Watters described Nancy Scheper-Hughes' decades-long efforts to expose a hidden global market for human organs. In July, the Council of Europe, an international cooperative that sets human rights standards for its members to adopt as law, declared organ trafficking a criminal offense, expanding enforcement and requirements for victim compensation.

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