Commercialization of Organs

Commercialization of Organs in itself cannot be held as immoral. The  premier  and  essential  objection  to  the  sale  of  human  body  parts  on secular grounds is that commercialization would tend unavoidably to harm sellers.  More  specifically,  the  basic  concern  here  is  that  due  to  the  sup-posed inevitability of exploitation and coercion, the sale of human body parts cannot be contained in a just health care system. We will address this core  secular  argument  in  terms  of  its  two  separable,  primary  elements: exploitation and coercion.

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