Of participants, 78.5% were willing to pay for a kidney; there were significant
correlations between gender, health status, household income, preferred source
Mar 23, 2016 ... Many Americans said in a survey that they would donate a kidney to a ... Nearly
17,000 Americans indicated they were willing to complete the ...
Jan 4, 2016 ... Typically, the brokers promised $2,000 per organ, but only delivered the advance
, always finding one excuse or another not to pay the rest of ...
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 ...
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.
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 ...
May 10, 2010 ... While kidney transplantation is the most cost-effective treatment available ... Of
participants, 78.5% were willing to pay for a kidney; there were ...
Jul 16, 2012 ... Or, like the donors who took money for their kidneys, he may be something in
between. ... produces extraordinary margins for people willing to buck the law. In
one case, a family paid Rosenbaum $150,000 for a kidney from a ...
Mar 24, 2016 ... People might be more willing to donate a kidney if they were paid for it, according
to a new survey. Paying for organs is illegal in the U.S. But ...
Mar 23, 2016 ... Paying for Kidneys Might Boost Donor Rate, Study Says ... said they would be
willing to donate one of their kidneys to a stranger or a loved one.