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After getting out of jail, Zakariyya Rahman participates in a number of research studies in exchange for monetary compensation. Research the laws and the ethical debate over offering payment in exchange for participation in scientific studies, or for the donation of blood, eggs, sperm, or other biological materials. Do people have a right to “sell” their body, tissues, or organs if they wish? What ethical dilemmas could result from financially compensating “donors” and research participants? At what point could compensation become coercive? by Mind Map: After getting out of jail, Zakariyya Rahman participates in a number of research studies in
exchange for monetary compensation. Research the laws and the ethical debate over
offering payment in exchange for participation in scientific studies, or for the donation of
blood, eggs, sperm, or other biological materials. Do people have a right to “sell” their
body, tissues, or organs if they wish? What ethical dilemmas could result from financially
compensating “donors” and research participants? At what point could compensation
become coercive?
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After getting out of jail, Zakariyya Rahman participates in a number of research studies in exchange for monetary compensation. Research the laws and the ethical debate over offering payment in exchange for participation in scientific studies, or for the donation of blood, eggs, sperm, or other biological materials. Do people have a right to “sell” their body, tissues, or organs if they wish? What ethical dilemmas could result from financially compensating “donors” and research participants? At what point could compensation become coercive?

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Background information on Zakariyya Rahman

People's Rights

Ethical debates offering payment for participation in scientific studies

Laws on offering payment for participation in scientific studies

Laws on donation of biological materials

Ethical debates on donation of biological materials

Ethical dilemmas from financial compensation

Coercive compensation

HeLa cells' contributions

Argument

People should have the right to sell their biological material.

If they did not their would be no cure for diseases

There would be no advancement in technology

No new information about a person's body or life

People should be compensated because they are sacrificing their selves to better research, society, technology, history, and life itself.