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Doctors believed disclosing how the donor died was just part of getting the patient’s informed consent. Yet other surgeons feel that this is a breach of the donor’s privacy, and that it may not be doing the patient any favours: The stigma surrounding drug addiction can lead someone to turn down an organ that could have saved his or her life.






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