Here’s an ethical question from an article in the papers -
[quote]A group of health professionals were evaluating potential donors for a kidney transplant recently when they received a surprise. Through routine genetic testing, the group inadvertently learned that one of the adult children was not the child of the man with kidney failure.
The transplant team struggled with the question of what to do with this information. Should the family be told? To whom did the knowledge belong? Was it ethical to use the child’s kidney without telling him?
I say, “easy, tell him. The truth shall set you free.”