Should organ donors be paid? Supporters of legalizing organ sales say individuals have a right to use their bodies as they wish, while opponents say truly voluntary consent is impossible and poor persons may be encouraged to sacrifice their health for money. All are concerned about the shortage of organs.9:06 a.m.
Arthur Matas: Professor of medicine and director of the renal transplant program at the University of Minnesota.
Amy Friedman: Transplant surgeon and professor of surgery at Yale University School of Medicine.
Francis Delmonico: Professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and president of the United Network for Organ Sharing board of directors.
New movie releases, the hits and misses As the holiday weekend nears, some of you might be think about hitting the movie theater. NPR and LA Times film critic Kenneth Turan has suggestions on what, and what not, to see.10:06 a.m.
Kenneth Turan: Reviews films for the Los Angeles Times and NPR's Morning Edition.