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In his response to our paper "A stronger policy of organ retrieval from cadaveric donors: some ethical considerations". Professor Harris criticises our position on the matter of mandatory posthumous organ donation.
Whilst some of his comments are fair we believe others to be ill-judged. In this reply to Harris we not only defend our position but will raise a new argument to support our conten...