The purpose of this study was to describe ESRD patient willingness to pay for a
kidney. Using a self-administered survey, 107 patients in 31 U.S. states ...
Am J Transplant. 2010 Jun;10(6):1394-400. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-6143.2010.
03113.x. Epub 2010 May 10. Patient willingness to pay for a kidney for ...
Aug 20, 2009 ... Paying For a Kidney is Illegal in the U.S., But It's Prevalent. ... advertised in
newspapers, seeking people willing to travel to give a kidney. Others ...
May 21, 2013 ... Kidney transplant surgeries typically pay for themselves within one to ...
Someone on the waitlist may have a family member who is willing to ...
Mar 24, 2016 ... Most Americans would be willing to give a up vital organ for $50000. ... paying
living kidney donors could increase the number of kidneys, we ...
Oct 2, 2015 ... And why should society require pure motives from one willing to take a health risk
to save another's life? We don't expect altruism when paying ...
Jan 18, 2014 ... Many of those waiting for kidneys are on dialysis, and life ... would need to be
paid for kidneys to be willing to sell them for transplants.
Jul 16, 2012 ... ... produces extraordinary margins for people willing to buck the law. In one case,
a family paid Rosenbaum $150,000 for a kidney from a man who ... Nearly
93,000 people are currently waiting for kidney transplants in the U.S. ...
Sep 2, 2009 ... Rosen says he was paid $20,000 for his kidney -- something he ... were mostly
poor and willing to sell their kidneys to U.S. and Israeli patients.
Mar 23, 2016 ... In the new study, researchers surveyed Americans about their willingness to
become living kidney donors and how being compensated for it ...