Children, organ donation, and Islam: a report of an engagement day of Islamic scholars, young Muslims and pediatric transplant and donation professionals
AffiliationUniversity of Newcastle
University of Bedfordshire
Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children
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CitationAktas M, Randhawa G, Brierley J (2020) 'Children, organ donation, and Islam: a report of an engagement day of Islamic scholars, young Muslims and pediatric transplant and donation professionals', Pediatric Transplantation, 24 (3), pp.-.
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