With a regular job as a chef at a roadside diner, and no wife and children to care for, Bashar Jomaa Ahmed should not be desperate enough to sell his kidney.
Yet he has made the rounds of seven doctors near his home to the north of Beirut, asking if they will help him find a recipient willing to pay.
He has done the tests. Dressed in a blue T-shirt and black jeans and looking like a regular 24-year-old anywhere in the world, he held up the strange proof of his eligibility: a medical record sheet saying that his organs were healthy.
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