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Statement of the Committee on Morals and Ethics of the Transplantation Society

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Ann Intern Med. 1971;75(4):631-633. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-75-4-631
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The years 1960 to 1970 saw the development of a swell of opinion of which ripples had been evident in the preceding decade. Increasingly, all segments of society have become aware of and audibly responsive to the moral and social impact of their interests and creative work. From within and without the scientific community this awareness has taken many forms; self-security and concern with the effects of advances in knowledge and technology upon ecology, population control, national posture, and a multitude of other social problems. The protein chemist has given us his opinion on nuclear testing and the pediatrician his


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