most promising source

Barsoum, R.. “Trends in unrelated-donor kidney transplantation in the developing world. ” Pediatric Nephrology 23.11 (2008): 1925-1929. ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source, ProQuest. Web.  11 Oct. 2010.

Cherry, Mark. Kidney for sale by owner. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2005. Print.

Clemmons, A.. “Organ Transplantation: Is the Best Approach a Legalized Market or Altruism? ” Journal of Healthcare Management 54.4 (2009): 231-240. ABI/INFORM Global, ProQuest. Web.  11 Oct. 2010

Demme, R.. “Ethical Concerns About an Organ Market. ” Journal of the National Medical Association 102.1 (2010): 46-50. ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source, ProQuest. Web.  11 Oct. 2010.

Harris, Curtis E., and Stephen P. Alcorn. “To Solve a Deadly Shortage: Economic Incentives for Human Organ Donation.” Issues in Law & Medicine 16.3 (2001): 213. Business Source Complete. EBSCO. Web. 11 Oct. 2010.

Of these five sources, the last source excites me the most.  Just by skimming it, I was able to determine that it held quality economic analysis, as well as relevant statistics.  Because of this, I am very confident that it will be a significant part of my paper.  In addition, even though the author seems to support my original bias, the source examines the issue from multiple viewpoints.  This will be valuable when considering it as a source for writing my paper.