Sally Satel

Sally Satel is a psychiatrist and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.

Medical Examiner
June 19 2013 4:08 PMHow to Fix the Organ Transplant ShortageThe chaotic, ethically murky case of a 10-year-old girl in need of lungs.
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April 15 2013 1:29 PMA Kidney for a KidneyLet prisoners donate organs. It could be done ethically and serve justice.
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Dec. 6 2010 1:41 PMCutting Human LivesWhat should we make of Arizona's new law for rationing organ transplants?
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Aug. 15 2008 7:06 AMOrgan FailureDoing battle with the National Kidney Foundation.
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July 25 2007 1:36 PMMedical MisnomerAddiction isn't a brain disease, Congress.
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Aug. 30 2001 3:00 AMCrazed and ConfusedA murder defendant is forced to choose between the death penalty and permanent madness. 
Future Tense
June 4 2013 7:53 AMGood News for LiarsNew technologies for detecting untruths are as problematic as polygraphs.
Medical Examiner
June 13 2011 4:38 PMYuan a Kidney?China's proposals to pay organ donors flout the status quo. That's a good thing.
Medical Examiner
Jan. 27 2010 4:47 PMKidney MitzvahIsrael's remarkable new steps to solve its organ shortage.
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June 17 2008 3:33 PMThe God CommitteeShould criminals have equal access to scarce medical treatments?
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Aug. 29 2006 11:35 AMMeasuring the Psychic Pain of WarPTSD among Vietnam vets is less common than we thought.
The Slate Gist
July 4 2001 3:00 AMMommy Undearest
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