The untimely death of the UK Donation Ethics Committee
This brief report describes the contribution of the UK Donation Ethics Committee to organ donation and transplantation in the UK, and explains why the committee has met an early demise.
- Donation/Procurement of Organs/Tissues
- Vital organ donation
- Ethics Committees/Consultation
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Competing interests The author was a member of UKDEC for two years.
Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.
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