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Abstract

This article highlights the issues of expanding the range of medical services to the population, determining the procedure for transplantation of human organs and tissues, as well as the experience of developed foreign countries in providing this type of medical services to the needy population, as well as responsibility for illegal transplantation and further improvement of the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan in this sphere.

References

1. Masami Ishii, Mieko Hamamoto. Bioethics and Organ Transplantation in Japan. JMAJ. 52(5): 289 292. 2009 year 2. http://www.bg.ru. 3. http://www.newsland.com. 4. http://www.newmed-china.com 5. http://www.china24news.com. 6. http://www.news.tut. 7. http://www.jotnw.or. 8. http://www.japantimes.co.jp. 9. http://www.intmedtourism.com. 10. http://www.1tv.ru. 11. http://www.donorctvo.ru.

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