Monir Moniruzzaman, Assistant Professor in the Department Anthropology and the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, researches human organ trafficking in Bangladesh. His research brings to light the various reasons that bring people to the point of making these dangerous choices, as well as the physical, social, and financial repercussions that typically result.
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