Table of contents for Tissue economies : blood, organs, and cell lines in late capitalism / Catherine Waldby and Robert Mitchell.

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Contents
Acknowledgments									000
Introduction: Gifts, Commodities and Human Tissues				000
Part I Tissue Banks: Managing the Tissue Economy					000
1 Blood Banks, Risk, and Autologous Donation: The Gift of Blood to Oneself	000
2 Disentangling the Embryonic Gift: The UK Stem Cell Bank			000
Part II Waste and Tissue Economies							000
3 The Laws of Mo(o)re: Waste, Biovalue, and Information Ecologies		000
4 Umbilical Cord Blood: Waste, Gift, Venture Capital				000
Part III Biogifts of Capital								000
5 Commodity-Communities and Corporate Commons				000
6 Real-Time Demand: Information, Regeneration and Organ Markets		000
Conclusion										000
Notes											000
Bibliography										000
Index										
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Tissue banks -- Economic aspects.
Tissue banks -- Political aspects.
Tissue banks -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Preservation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Economic aspects.
Preservation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Political aspects.
Preservation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Tissue Donors -- psychology -- Great Britain.
Tissue Donors -- psychology -- United States.
Altruism -- Great Britain.
Altruism -- United States.
Capitalism -- Great Britain.
Capitalism -- United States.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Great Britain.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- United States.
Social Responsibility -- Great Britain.
Social Responsibility -- United States.
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- economics -- Great Britain.
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- economics -- United States.
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- organization & administration -- Great Britain.
Tissue and Organ Procurement -- organization & administration -- United States.