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1. Executive summary
This report was to research whether we should legalize the sale of human organs. It examined the cases about organ sales all over the world. The major methodology is case study of quality research. The main findings were that situation of organ translation and sales in entire world. It was concluded that legalize the sales of human organs can not make more people get rescue and the sale of human organs is a kind of crime. The recommendations are that organ sales should be banned and society needs a law to control the black market.
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Since we are using money to make people abandon the traditional concepts, we will need a lot of them. So the price will be extremely high. And even the supply increases, organs still are scarce commodities. The price of this kind of commodities is uncontrollable because people, especially the rich, will buy them no matter how expensive they are. And sellers definitely tend to sell organs at a price as high as possible. So setting official price will make most sellers turn to black market or private trade and eventually destroy the open market. Upon that, many patients who are not so rich will remain unable to get organs in time.
6.2 The sale of human organs is a kind of crime
Organ sale itself should be regarded as a new kind of criminality. From the legal perspective，citizens’ right to life and health is invaluable. Organs can not be simply defined as individual’s property because they have personality attribute. Selling organs is nothing but selling the dignity of life, which is definitely the infringement of citizens’ right to life and health. It is ridiculous to legalize a behavior which infringes a right that is protected by