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|Title:||The legal and ethical framework governing Body Donation in Europe-1st update on current practice|
|Authors:||Riederer, Beat M.|
Bueno-Lopez, Jose L.
Circulescu, A. R. M.
Davies, D. C.
Caro, Raffaele De
Gerrits, P. O.
Moxham, Bernard John
Bioethics -- Europe
Donation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Law and legislation
Medical education -- Europe
|Publisher:||Sociedad Anatomica Espanola|
|Citation:||Riederer, B. M., Bolt, S. H., Brenner, E., Bueno-López, J. L., Circulescu, A. R. M., Davies, D. C., ... & Moxham, B.J. (2012). The legal and ethical framework governing Body Donation in Europe-1st update on current practice. European Journal of Anatomy, 16(1), 1-21.|
|Abstract:||Previously, we have reported on the legal and ethical aspects and current practice of body donation in several European countries, reflecting cultural and religious variations as well as different legal and constitutional frameworks. We have also established good practice in body donation. Here we shall further extend the legal and ethical frameworks in place and also focus on novelties in the law and different directives. Of particular interest are points that address the commercialization of human bodies and body parts and weaknesses in the legal directives. Therefore, it is important to define what is ethical and what needs to be considered unethical in body donation and the subsequent utilisation of human bodies for teaching and research.|
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