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Ethics of Transplant Tourism to be Discussed in Las Vegas

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Clinical organ transplantation has been recognized as one of the great medical advances of the century. However, they have raised many ethical, moral and societal issues regarding supply, the methods of organ allocation, and the use of living donors including minors.

It has also led to the practice of organ sale as transplant tourism in some parts of the world. Prof. Dr. E.F.Ehtuish will address the many ethical questions associated with organ transplantation, organ trafficking, and transplant tourism at this year's 6th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress to be held this November 3-5 in Las Vegas.

Prof. Dr. E.F.Ehtuish is the Director of the Libyan National Organ Transplant Program. He has written many books in both Arabic and English including one on the topic of the ethics of organ transplantation. To read more about his extensive experience including his many administrative and academic appointments, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ HIS FULL BIOGRAPHY or visit his website,

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