The ethnic angle on who donates organs — and blood

I am reblogging an article, “The ethnic angle on who donates organs — and blood,” from the always-worth-reading Douglas Todd, writer on spirituality, ethics, migration and ethnic diversity for the Vancouver Sun. The article, published in July of this year, focusses on the lower mainland of British Columbia, but also makes reference to an article that Todd wrote back in 2005. One wonders about how things are different (or the same) in present-day Ontario or even in the regional centre of London:

http://blogs.vancouversun.com/2014/07/02/the-ethnic-angle-on-who-donates-organs-and-blood-in-canada/

 

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