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If a disease has been transmitted from animals to humans who underwent xenotransplantation, how would the disease be transmitted to other people? Would those who received transplants need to be isolated? Would the disease be airborne, transmitted by touch, coughing, sneezing, or other means? How would the disease be controlled and, 45 ANIMAL RIGHTS ultimately, eliminated? Many believe that xenotransplantations should be stopped until other methods of obtaining human organs have been explored and plans for controlling and preventing transmitted infections can be put in place.
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Animal Rights by Gail Mack