Table of contents for A death retold : Jesica Santillan, the bungled transplant, and paradoxes of medical citizenship / Keith Wailoo, Julie Livingston, and Peter Guarnaccia, editors.

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Introduction: Chronicles of an Accidental Death
 Keith Wailoo, Julie Livingston, Peter Guarnaccia 1
Part I. Medical Error and the American Transplant Theater
 America's Angel or Thieving Immigrant?: Media Coverage, the Santillan Story, and
Public Ambivalence toward Donation and Transplantation
 Susan E. Morgan, Tyler R. Harrison, Lisa Volk Chewning, and Jacklyn B.
Habib 000
 Hobson's Choices: Matching and Mismatching in Transplantation Work Processes
 Richard Cook 000
 The Transplant Surgeon's Perspective on the Bungled Transplant
 Thomas Diflo 000
 From Libby Zion to Jesica Santillan: Many Truths
 Barron Lerner 000
 All Things Twice, First Tragedy Then Farce: Lessons from a Transplant Error
 Charles L. Bosk 000
Part II. Justice and Second Chances Across the Border
 The Politics of Second Chances: Waste, Futility, and the Debate over Jesica's
Second Transplant
 Keith Wailoo and Julie Livingston 000
 Tucker's Heart: Racial Politics and Heart Transplantation in America
 Susan E. Lederer 000
 Justice in Organ Allocation
 Rosamond Rhodes 000
 Playing with Matches without Getting Burned: Public Confidence in Organ
Allocation
 Jed Adam Gross 000
 Consuming Differences: Post-Human Ethics, Global (In)justice, and the Transplant
Trade in Organs
 Nancy Scheper-Hughes 000
Part III. Citizens and Foreigners/Eligibility and Exclusion
 Sympathy and Exclusion: Access to Health Care for Undocumented Immigrants in the
United States
 Beatrix Hoffman 000
 Eligibility for Organ Transplantation by Foreign Nationals: The Relationship
between Citizenship, Justice, and Philanthropy as Policy Criteria
 Eric M. Meslin, Karen R. Salmon, and Jason Eberl
 Imagining the Nation, Imagining Donor Recipients: Jesica Santillan and the
Public Discourse of Belonging
 Leo R. Chavez 000
Part IV. Speaking for Jesica
 Babes and Baboons: Jesica Santillan and Experimental Pediatric Transplant
Research in America
 Lesley A. Sharp 000
 Jesica Speaks?: Adolescent Consent for Transplantation and Ethical Uncertainty
 Carolyn Rouse 000
 Fame and Fortune: The <"Simple" Ethics of Organ Transplantation
 Nancy M. P. King 000
Acknowledgments 000
Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Heart -- Transplantation -- United States.
Lungs -- Transplantation -- United States.
Blood -- Transfusion -- Complications -- United States.
Teenage immigrants -- Medical care -- United States.
Santillan, Jesica.