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  • Resident Assistant Position Report

    1. I am applying for the Resident Assistant position to first and foremost improve and develop skills that are crucial to not only have in the work field but to use on a daily basis. The Resident Assistant position puts an emphasis on serving as a leader and given the opportunity, I will be able to exhibit my leadership abilities helping the student body mediate common interests. With over 50% of the student body being out of state students, I myself being one of them, it is very important to…

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  • Zell Kravinsky: An Ethical Analysis

    The author thought that this article would be of interest because it is rare for someone to donate a kidney to a stranger, it is even rarer for someone to be willing to donate both of their kidneys to strangers, 15 million dollars in cash donations to charity, and another 6.2 million of property donations. Zell Kravinsky is a unique case of selfnesses with his concern for the welfare of others. (Storm, 2003) The main ethical issue being discussed with the Storm article is whose life is more…

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  • Cause And Effect Essay On Liver Cancer

    Nowadays, many liver transplant operations take place in the world because they can save patients’ lives. Unfortunately, the waiting times for liver transplants are long. In the United States, for instance, according to University of California San Francisco Medical Center, "there are over 17,000 patients on the liver waiting list, but only enough donated livers to perform about 5,000 transplants per year." (1) Many patients may die while they are still on these waiting lists. Thus, these…

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  • Ethical Issues With Organ Sales

    There is a great deal of speculation of whether or not organ selling should be legal. Stephen Wilkinson states that organ sale is the selling of organs to give to another person, in the hopes of getting a paycheck. There are two ways to do this: paying people money for their body after they pass or to pay the patient’s family for their deceased loved ones’ organs (Wilkinson 2011). The United States has already developed a way to aid those who need organs receive a healthy one through a process…

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  • Informative Speech: Organ Transplants

    Organ Transplants Introduction Topic: Organ transplants Purpose statement: I want to educate my audience about organ donation matching process, the requirements to donate and to receive organs, and how donations can be found. I. The need of an organ. A. The history of organ transplants. B. How organ transplants can save your life. II. Today I wanted to inform you about the organ donation matching process and the requirements to donate and receive organs and how donations can be found Intro:…

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  • Organ Donation In Canada

    people out there are capable of saving lives, but no one’s stepping up? As many as 18 people die every day waiting for an organ. For many that might not seem like a lot but at this rate, that is almost 6500 deaths each year. But there is a better, effective, and more efficient way to lower these deaths and that is to have automatic organ donation in Canada. Argument #1 Over 1600 Canadians are added to the organ waiting list each year, many have a happy ending but many more don't. Because the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of LVAD Vs. Heart Transplants

    Every day more Doctors are turning to the LVAD ( Left Ventricular Assist Device) as an alternative to a heart transplant. Many people with heart failure are not good candidates for heart transplants and because there are not enough donated hearts, the list has to be narrowed down very carefully to receive a donor heart. The patient may not be considered a good candidate for a heart transplant if they smoke or have an alcohol abuse problem, have an infection, cancer, bad diabetes, or if all…

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  • Persuasive Speech: How To Become An Organ Donor

    The gift of life, these simple words may have different meanings to all of us in our class, but there is a special type of gift that each and every 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…

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  • The Importance Of Organ Donation After Death

    Organ donation after death should be encouraged There are people dying out every day. In China, we can find that in 2016, there were 9.77 million people died (National Bureau of statistics of the People’s Republic of China). If we do some calculation, we will find that there were over 18 people died per minute. Some of them were died because of accidents, some of them died because their own disease. However, some of the death can be prevented by getting suitable organs in time. As a matter of…

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  • Importance Of Organ Donation Movement Essay

    The Organ Donation movement: a new start A multimillionaire donates his organ; Kochouseph Chittilappilly, well known among entrepreneurs and the chairman and managing director of V-guard, recently came up with a novel idea to save the lives of people suffering from incurable kidney ailments. He has started a network of kidney donors and recipients called the Kidney Foundation of India. This new banking system reaches out to renal failure patients. Against the cases of kidney failure in Kerala…

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