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One in five Scots back cash-for-organs plan. Donor families object to 'immoral' financial incentives for transplants.
More than one in five Scots would back the introduction of cash rewards for those who agree that their organs may be used for transplants after death.
In addition, around 40% of Scots believe that the number of organs donations would increase if bereaved relatives were offered a payment of a contribution towards funeral expenses, a new study found.