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This brief coda looks back to the iconic figure of the self-sacrificial mother with whom the book began in order to look forward to an emerging biopolitics of global health, in which kidney disease now registers as a massive public health problem, one for which living donor organ transplantation is put forward as the most pragmatic solution. In the push to increase kidney transplant rates worldwide, the central questions engaged in this book regarding what kinds of bodies are made more available to transplant’s need for organs—and more subject to its medically mediated forms of salvation—only intensify in scope and...

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