UACA

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UACAUnidad Académica de Contaduría y Administración (Mexico)
UACAUniversidad Autónoma de Centro América (Costa Rica, Central America)
UACAUniform Anatomical Gift Act
UACAUnion Acceptance Corporation (stock symbol)
UACAUnderage Consumption of Alcohol
UACAUveal Autoantigen with Coiled-coil domains and Ankyrin
UACAUnion Aéronautique de la Côte d'Azur
UACAUpper Arlington Civic Association
UACAUniversidad Adventista de Centro America
UACAUnion of Australian College Academics
UACAUniversity at Albany Christian Association (New York)
UACAUnrestricted Availability Compliance Alternative
UACAUtah Administrative Code Annotated
UACAUnión Argentina de Ciegos y Amblíopes
UACAUnited Against Child Abuse Coalition
UACAUnión Aduanera Centroamericana
UACAUnited Area Citizens Agency (Cleveland, OH, USA)
UACAUniversity of Alberta Chaplains' Association (Canada)
UACAUniversity of Adelaide Christian Association (Australia)
UACAUS Air Consolidators Association
UACAUnited American Contractors Association
UACAUnité d'Anesthésie et de Chirurgie Ambulatoire
UACAUniversal Anti-Chav Alliance
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section] 274e(c)(l) (2006) (excluding the term gametes or ova specifically from the definition of a human organ); Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, [section] 1(7) (2006) (amended 2008) (defining the word "part" as "an organ, an eye, or tissue of a human being").
the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (2006) to further improve the system for
They want higher barriers to entry for brokers: a stronger Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, a more heavily funded Food and Drug Administration with more stringent requirements.
See Sipes, supra note 21 (discussing promulgation of Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
The Living Bank Uniform Anatomical Gift Act Donor Form Available from: The Living Bank P.
Provisions of the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act of 1968[7]
15) With the demand for organs vastly outweighing the supply, Congress first permitted organ donation by passing the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act ("UAGA") in 1968.
The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA) created the legal power for individuals to donate organs and tissue in the United States.
In order to address these evolving ethical and legal issues created by organ donation, Congress enacted several legislative responses, primarily through the of the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act ("UAGA"), which are discussed below in further detail.
com was created in response to changes in the 2006 Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA) that make it easier to harvest Americans' body parts without their consent," said Mark Ferraro, Senior Vice President of DoNotTransplant.
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