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Réflexion sur le consentement au don d'organe post-mortem en France. Ce mode de consentement est-il le plus pertinent ?

Abstract : As a major scientific breaktrough in the 20th century, organ donation is one of the French national priorities. However, the laws governing organ donation were originally written in the 1970s and have undergone some changes since then. One of the most important laws is aimed at defining what type of mode of consent is to be applied in France and it turns out that it is a so-called presumed mode of consent. Is this system, which may have seemed relevant in the 1970s, still relevant today? There are many loopholes in presumed consent as it is applied in France and many elements prejudicial to donation and transplantation arise from this, particularly with regard to the double-edged sword involvement of families in the collection process. The purpose of this discussion is therefore to describe certain inconsistencies with respect to the French consent system and to consider possible solutions to improve adherence to donation in France and the laws governing it.
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Juliette Domin Butet. Réflexion sur le consentement au don d'organe post-mortem en France. Ce mode de consentement est-il le plus pertinent ?. Santé publique et épidémiologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03371343⟩

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