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    Pay donors more

    A debate on the sale of kidneys has thrown up the idea of a regulated system of compensation, but opponents have slammed it, saying such a system would not hold in poorer countries like India. Writing in the British Medical Journal, Mr Arthur Matas, of the University of Minnesota, suggested that regulated compensation systems for living donors may be the solution to the growing shortage of kidneys for transplantation.

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    It is time to do away with myths. Hundreds of Pakistanis who have had kidney transplants are flocking to a playground during weekends to deliver a message to their countrypeople donate your

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    Beset with problems

    SCIENTISTS, physicians and surgeons in Bangladesh have formed a human tissue bank with the aim of persuading the government to remove legal hurdles in collecting human body parts for treatment,