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  • Donating Organs

    a way that moves them to action” (Feeley and Kruegler 176). “Changing the attitudes of people towards organ donation through public communication campaigns helps to increase the number of people who are willing to donate their organs after their death” (Lauri 663). “Campaigns are more successful in registering donors than are mass-mediated campaigns” (Feeley and Kruegler 177). In order to create change, people first have to see that there is a problem, and be able to relate that to their lives.…

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  • Artificial Heart Research Paper

    Coronary heart disease, one of the most pervasive disease, has influenced more than million individuals around the globe. It has brought biomedical engineers and scientists closer to develop devices like defibrillators and artificial hearts that may alleviate patients’ pain. As the number of patients suffering from heart diseases increase, the need for donor hearts increases as well. In 1995, 4000 patients waited for donor hearts and 731 of them died waiting (ijates.com). Artificial hearts…

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  • Mandatory Organ Donation Research Paper

    the United States thousands of people die. Many of these people are able to donate their organs, after their deaths. However, most people who are able to donate their organs do not. The lack of organ donors comes from several sources. The primary reason is, due to the donor not expressing his or her wishes to have his or her organs donated before passing away. Another reason is, after the death of a potential donor has occurred a family member has objections to the donation. Each organ donor can…

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  • Joanna Mackay's Essay, Organ Sales Will Save Lives

    one’s life, so the patients are going to extreme measures in order to stay alive. I truly do not see any wrong by the patients who took measures into their own hands. A solution that was mentioned in the essay that I agree with is that it should be legal for humans to sell their organs. If one is healthy enough to donate an organ to one in need, I do not see the problem. In both cases it is helping both parties, the donor and the patient. If one is to the sell their own organs in most cases it…

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  • Persuasive Speech: Stimulus For Organ Donation

    also a good idea to let your loved one’s know about your decision, and to apply it to your will. CONCLUSION I. Everyone should be an organ donor. Becoming a donor is necessary, rewarding, and easy. You alone could be the difference between life and death. II. Become an organ donor…

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  • Organ Sales Will Save Lives Analysis

    In the article, "Organ Sales Will Save Lives, by Joanne MacKay, she appeals to the readers’ emotions by raising awareness that there are thousands of people in the world that die every year due to not enough life-saving organs, specifically kidneys. End Stage Renal Disease is when the kidneys stop working and the patient must endure grueling dialysis treatments and put on the transplant list, where they wait for a very long time for a cadaver kidney donation (MacKay ##). With only these options,…

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  • How To Write A Kidney Transplant Essay

    Kidney Transplants In the United States there are 121,678 people waiting for a life saving organ transplant. Of those, there are 100,791 waiting for a kidney transplant. People are put on the kidney transplant list when their own kidneys begin to fail. A kidney transplant is an option to help prolong the life of a person who is experiencing kidney failure. The process of a kidney transplant is very long and stressful process and sometimes ends poorly. Even though kidney transplants are not…

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  • The Pacemaker And Alzheimer's New Inventions

    There are many people dying every year for diseases that need special technology to fight against them. Despite the high number of diseases, scientists have developed new inventions as an answer to keep alive millions of people. An example of those inventions there is the pacemaker, which is a device to recovery the people that have heart diseases by electrical impulses for revitalizing and regulating the heart function. In addition, the Pacemaker as an invention was thanking Australians…

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  • Kidney Stone Is Wrong

    You wince at the pain. You cry at the ache. You tremble at the torture. No, you are not pregnant (thank goodness guys!) but you are suffering from kidney stones. Did you know that women report kidney stone pain to be more torturous than childbirth? Can you say, "OUCH?" But you are suffering for NO reason! And almost one in every 20 people will develop a kidney stone sometime in their life. And if the pain is not the worst part, you can actually be part of the millions who spend thousands of…

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  • Positive Effects Of Organ Donation

    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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