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Church of England (general- support)
"giving organs is the most generous act of self-giving imaginable" - ARCHBISHOP OF WALES
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Judaism (general- support)
"one who saves a life... has saved the whole world" -chapter 48/ Torah
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Islam (general- support)
"whosoever helps another will be granted help from Allah" - Muhammad
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Buddhism (general/commercialisation- oppose)
"to keep a body in good health is a duty - Buddah
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Islam (general- oppose)
"your body is a gift from Allah" - Muhammad
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Kantian Ethics (general- oppose)
"do not treat anyone as a means to an end"
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Utilitarianism
"the greatest happiness for the greatest number"
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Christian/Catholic
"glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's" - 1 Corinthians (v. 20)
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Christian/Catholic (general- supports)
"it is sown a natural body; it is raised a spiritual body" - (v. 44)
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Xenotransplantation
"one of the biggest advances in our field" - Sandra Camarena
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Judaism (general- oppose)
"the assumption that a man is master of his own life is problematic" - Arusi Rabbi
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Islam (saviour siblings)
"necessities permit the prohibition" - Qur' an
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Christian (consent)
"in the deeming of consent, there is always the risk that the idea of a gift might vanish" - Rt Rev John Davies/ Bishop of Swansea
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Buddhism (commercialisation)
"i will avoid taking what is not mine" - one of 5 precepts
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