Importance of Organ Donation Essay

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    An organ transplant is a surgical process in which a functioning organ is given to a patient whose organ has stopped working or is close to failing(United Network for Organ Sharing). Organs can be taken from a living person or someone who has passed away(Medlineplus). A person’s organ can stop working due to diseases, injury or birth defects. Even though transplant is one of the advances of medicine the need is greater than the donation. There is usually a long wait time before a…

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    who are currently on organ transplant lists (Facts and Myths). Although we will all die, people awaiting transplants know that without a replacement their lives will be shorter than if they had healthy organs. It is tragic that nearly sixty percent of those on wait lists will pass before a transplant becomes available despite the large number of potential organs existing as a result of the natural annual death rate (Cotter 599). More needs to be done to match the healthy organs from the…

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    Organ Donation Cons

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    Now that we know about the issue and the causes for the lack of organ donors, we need to talk about what can be done to fix the problem. Some of the things that are already being done is that governments are trying to make systems for keeping track of who is, and who is not an organ donor. According to Miller (2016), having a knowledge of different types of systems in various governments around the world can provide us with more successful options. The current system in the United States is…

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    every threat to the progress of individual life. One of modern medicine’s achievements, organ transplantation, serves to promote the interests and dignity of patients while providing others a second chance to re-experience life for themselves. However, living in a modern society that faces increasing organ shortage and growing demand, an average of 21 patients on the waiting list die each day before receiving an organ transplant (recent statistics report released by Donate Life America). Now a…

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    86,000… That is how many people waited on a list for an organ transplant. In 2003, fewer than 26,000 organ transplants were performed. That leaves 60,000 people waiting, wishing they could be healthy. (Cherry) More than likely, the person will die because they will not have been able to receive an organ. People need organs in order to function and survive in this world. Someone with a bad heart is not being rude or evil for asking for another; it could be a person who is young and full of life.…

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    concerned about their convalescence and ignore solutions that could put an end to many deaths around the world. The epitome of organ donations is to provide organs to those who are in need to spare the life of another compatriot. However, the ratio of organ donation provided verse organs that have given to required patients has always been vastly disproportionate. Organ selling which is at the moment deemed to be being an unscrupulous practice has been astoundingly growing, leaving many people…

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    Theories Of Organ Donation

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    What is your first impression to the phrase Organ Donor? The mere cognition brings up a myriad of emotion perceptions and assumption, whether they are good or bad depends upon each individual’s experience. The reality is that many people have accepted illogical notions of what organ donation is and the good it does for thousands of Americans each year. Organ donations has a large amount of myths, facts, along with my own person ideological connoted theory. Given the already bad connotation…

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    Is Organ Trafficking a Devious Deception? A dead body of a woman was found amidst ruins by a rescue team after an earthquake erupted in china. The body was covered by bricks, broken glass, mud: blood. The woman was in a knelt posture, which seemed like she was trying to protect the treasure buried beneath her, like a guardian angel. When the team unclenched the woman 's wings to see the treasure she was guarding, they saw a small child, alive, sleeping in the comfort of his warm, dead mother 's…

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    Purpose Of Organ Donation

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    INTRODUCTION Organ donation is the process of transplanting organs from a donor to a recipient who is either ill or has organs which do not function properly. The purpose of organ donation is to improve ‘the recipients life’ (Better Health Channel, 2015) and enable them to live longer. The Federal Government plays an important role in improving the rates of organ donation as well as providing substantial information to the community so that they are able to make an informed decision. The Federal…

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    individual can donate his organs to save the life of another. Organ donation is the process of surgically removing an organ from one human and transferring them to another human in order to save his or her life. In most cases, the only way to donate organs after death is if the donor is brain dead. Potential…

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