Right to Buy and Sell Human Organs

No law can require, forbid, or otherwise specifically regulate commerce in human organs or tissues, or transplantation, implantation, or other use thereof, except as specified in this section.   Living tissue of a deceased individual can be sold or otherwise transferred as live tissue only if the individual states this intent in formal contract or signed declaration before his death.   Living tissue of a living individual can be sold or otherwise transferred as live tissue only if the individual consents in formal contract.



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