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January 19, 2012 (Journal of Medical Ethics-Duke University) Justifies killing the Disabled to use their much-needed transplant-able organs. ABSTRACT~What makes an act of killing morally wrong is not that the act causes loss of life or consciousness but rather that the act causes loss of all remaining abilities. This account implies that it is not even pro tanto morally wrong to kill patients who are universally and irreversibly disabled, because they have no abilities to lose…more