Importance of Organ Donation Essay

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    The Organ Dilemma Every day inside of us a factory is in business, similarly to many real factories this factory is composed of machines, machines that are linked to each other and all attribute to the continuation of life however, the general public would refer to these “machines” as organs. Some organs are vital to the continuation of human life, unfortunately in today’s world we have many sick individuals desperately needing an organ transplant. These days, about 60,000 people live…

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    Organ Donation Speech

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    Do you want to give your life purpose? Registering as an organ donor is your answer. Many people, including myself, have been affected by organ donation. My grandfather’s heart stopped when he was 50 years old after suffering from a major heart attack; he was brought back to life moments later. Despite major changes in diet and exercise, he had two more heart attacks before his 55th birthday. His doctors found that the heart that he was born with was the size of a basketball. It was basically…

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    The outpour in which organ trafficking occurs allows pure dominance, power and a developmental global adaption. It captures and eliminates those who are the poor, vulnerable, displaced, disgraced or dispossessed. It is a life or death drama, victims or donors may walk away content and recipients may return home with a new lease of life. Although the complexity and significance of this global transition is endemic, it’s gradually becoming a bigger issue. Yet, among all, the worldwide demand for…

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    well as the life I lived.” Organ donations are surprisingly not that common as one of would think. Many people believe that if you put that you are an organ donor, on your license that the paramedics won’t try as hard to save you, since they can save more than one life. Organ donations help save people’s lives every day, giving kids the chance to grow up, or the chance for parents to see their kids grow up. With that being said, there are many people against organ donations, but there are many…

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    choice of something that occurs after death. Thinking of the afterlife is scary for some people but it is a decision that needs to be decided. The choice is organ donation to be a donor or to not be a donor, this can be decided by a personal say or a family decision. In the case of Heather Semans, it was a decision made by her family to donate an organ to someone who needed it. Growing up Heather struggled both physically and socially due to being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the young age…

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    In “Alcoholics and Liver Transplantation”, Carl Cohen and Martin Benjamin discuss whether alcoholics should get equally organs like others (patients) and who should receive transplanted organs. This is one of the most issues that arises and brings attention to the public. Cohen and Benjamin present this discussion by providing two arguments. The first argument is moral. Base on moral, alcoholics should not get the treatment for their transplantations. The reason is that they should blame for…

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    women, and children need lifesaving organ transplants. Not all organs can be donated but, the ones that can are kidneys, heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, and the intestines as of now. Eyes, stem tells, and tissues can be donated as well. Being an organ donor is important for the fact of saving lives. With organ donors now there are 79 people that receive organ donations; however 20 people still die every day on the waiting list. There is still a need for organ donors today and always will be.…

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    can prevent someone dying every 90 minutes from not receiving an organ? There are up to 1,700 Australians on the organ donation waiting list at any one time to receive an organ and you can save up to 10. Unfortunately, there were only 378 donors in 2014. Australia is the best in the world at transplanting organs into people’s bodies. You should never assume that you’re too old or too young or not healthy enough to become an organ donor, if you’re under 18 all you need is parent permission and…

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    one of us can give. This gift is being an organ donor, an opportunity to give someone another chance at life once yours is completed. In this speech; I hope to persuade you, my COM 101 class, to become an organ donor. According to Donate Life America as of May of 2015, there are nearly 124,000 people on the waiting lists in the United States alone, a 2,146 of them being children. Sadly 22 people from the lists will die daily while waiting on a donation, and another person is added about…

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    Organ transplant is one example in which not everyone who is in need could avail. How do we even decided who gets an organ and who should not? A waiting list is used, and it is usually on a first come first seved basis. Due to the shortage of organ donors, many on the list die before getting the organ, or may be too sick to go through transplant surgery (Hippen, Ross, & Sade, 2009) Distributive justice is the equal allocation of goods to everyone who is in need free from biases and…

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