Chapter 1 Chairman's commencing feedback (pages 1–5): Lord Kilbrandon
Chapter 2 Transplantation: The medical challenge (pages 6–23): M. F. A. Woodruff
Chapter three An Old?Established method: the improvement of Blood Transfusion (pages 24–42): G. E. W. Wolstenholme
Chapter four A lately confirmed strategy: Corneal Transplantation (pages 43–53): P. V. Rycroft
Chapter five Organ Transplantation: the sensible probabilities (pages 54–77): Joseph E. Murray
Chapter 6 Transplantation: present criminal Constraints (pages 78–103): David W. Louisell
Chapter 7 a few moral and monetary difficulties linked to Intermittent Haemodialysis (pages 104–125): H. E. de Wardener
Chapter eight difficulties of Ethics when it comes to Haemo?Dialysis and Transplantation (pages 126–133): G. E. Schreiner
Chapter nine a few basic issues (pages 134–138): J. Hamburger
Chapter 10 moral difficulties in scientific tactics in Sweden (pages 139–148): G. B. Giertz
Chapter eleven moral difficulties in scientific systems (pages 149–170): Sir Robert Platt
Chapter 12 Outlines of a laws on Transplantation (pages 171–187): R. Cortesini
Chapter thirteen Transplantation: Acceptability of approaches and the mandatory criminal Sanctions (pages 188–211): David Daube
Chapter 14 Chairman's ultimate feedback (pages 212–215): Lord Kilbrandon
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