The Disputed Death of an 8-Year-Old Whose Organs Were Donated

The Atlantic, 16 June 2017
Author: Sarah Zhang
“This unusual case casts light on a once-controversial but increasingly common protocol called “organ donation after circulatory death,” which occurs after the heart has stopped. (Also sometimes called “donation after cardiac death,” or DCD.) In contrast, the vast majority of organs in the U.S. come from donors who are brain dead.”
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