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This can be an ethnographic research of reside, comparable kidney donation in Pakistan, in accordance with Farhat Moazam’s participant-observer examine carried out at a public medical institution. Her narrative is either a “thick” description of renal transplant circumstances and the cultural, moral, and relations conflicts that accompany them, and an item lesson in comparative bioethics.

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I am the youngest son, but I am the only doctor in the family. After the stroke she was having recurrent problems. I felt obliged. I felt when I was young she was always there to look after [me], and now she has become old, and I am looking after my career and not looking after her. Although I had a house [in the UK] and a British nationality. . Initially, the ¤rst few years de¤nitely, ¤rst ¤ve or six years [were very dif¤cult], because here [in Pakistan] I felt that my spending power was not as much as it was [in the UK].

Language and metaphors used by donors are presented as well as the ways in which these contrast with the American experience. The interviews with families that form the ®esh of this chapter throw light on the strength and warmth of interwoven lives; they also illuminate the Janus face of traditional hierarchical families in which economically 18 Bioethics and Organ Transplantation in a Muslim Society dependent women remain the most vulnerable, and exploited, in family considerations of the best interest of the larger unit.

I asked Dr. Badar whether such patients were referred elsewhere to accommodate others in the program who had willing donors in the family. Did he remember instances when they had refused to dialyze a patient when no donor seemed forthcoming? No, no [not any longer]. It was easy before. There were some private dialysis centers before that used to take some patients. There is still one in Karachi that will dialyze free of charge. There were a few more in the past that used to dialyze free, and we used to refer [patients] to them.

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