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第 68  期

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從儒家的觀點省察台港兩地有關 活體器官捐贈的相關規定
Critical Examination on the Regulations of Living Organ Donation in Taiwan and Hong Kong: A Confucian Perspective
作者 黃漢忠
Author Hon-Chung Wong
關鍵詞 人體器官移植條例活體肝臟捐贈儒家
Keywords Human Organ Transplant Act, Living Liver Donation, Confucianism
摘要 2017 年香港發生一起活體器官捐贈的爭議事件,引起公眾關
Abstract In 2017, a controversial incident of living organ donation in Hong Kong
attracted public concern. A girl who turned 18 years old after three months
hoped to donate part of her liver to her mother who urgently needed a liver
transplant, but she was refused because she was under the age of legal organ
donation. As people in Hong Kong were debating whether the age limit for live
donation should be relaxed, an adult young woman who had never met with that
mother and daughter voluntarily donated part of her liver to the former, so that
she could eventually receive a liver transplant. However, this lady would not be
able to do so if this incident happened in Taiwan. According to the Human
Organ Transplant Act, not only must the donor be at least 18 years old, but even
adult donors (aged 20 or above) of living organs can only donate their organs to
their spouse, or their blood relatives within the fifth degree. This paper aims at
examining the rationality of living organ donation regulations in Taiwan and
Hong Kong from the Confucian point of view and comparison with similar
cases in other countries.
從臨終死亡的概念與儒家親子關係反省 病人自主權利法之意涵1
/ 李瑞全    Shui-Chuen Lee
從《民法典侵權責任編(草案)(二次審 議稿)》第九百九十五條談「臨床醫療強 制干預權」的失範
/ 胡曉翔    Xiao-Xiang Hu
病人自主權 ──從善終論生命自主的困境與出路
/ 蕭玉霜    Yu-Shuang Hsiao
/ 釋照量    Zhao-Liang Shih
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