The foregoing considerations, of course, raise the question of body parts: they too are a scarce resource, and are needed by many patients, often as a matter of life and death. If I am correct that proponents of the distribution of material resources are committed to endorsing duties to rescue, it seems that they are also committed, much more controversially, to endorsing duties to provide body parts, as a matter of justice. Whether they are indeed so committed, and whether they can be so without thereby jettisoning their commitment to bodily integrity and autonomy, must be dealt with elsewhere (Fabre 2003).