This mini-review describes a number of recent surveys that have been performed to study public opinion on the idea of introducing incentives for living kidney donation. The results of these surveys are comparable: about a quarter of the population is in favor of this idea, whereas the majority is opposed or undecided.

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Keywords article, attitude to health, health survey, human, kidney transplantation, living donor, motivation, nephrectomy, psychological aspect, statistics, transplantation
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/14909
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Kranenburg, L.W, & Weimar, W. (2008). Incentives for living kidney donation: what does the public think?. Transplantation, 500–501. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/14909