The Protocol on Trafficking in Persons and Transplant Tourism
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Human trafficking should encompass organ trafficking. However, there is resistance to that inclusion. This chapter sets out that resistance and suggests ways in which it can be overcome.
KeywordsOrgan and human trafficking Transplant abuse
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