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  • The Pros And Cons Of An Organ Donor

    Many people will not sign up to become an organ donor because they think it is a hard process, they don't know how it works, or they don't think it would be worth it. If a person is hospitalized, the medical staff provides the best possible care, regardless of organ donor status. Donation is considered after a patient has died. (become) Although there are risks with undergoing any surgery, most live donors do very well and have no physical ill effects or alterations in their own health.…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Survival Lottery

    The Survival Lottery is where there is two dying patients and they both need an organ transplant. There are no spare organs to do the transplant for either X or Y, both are not happy they are being left to die. Y needs a new heart and Z needs new lungs This article comes up with an idea that there should be a lottery. This is where if there are patients that are needing organs, but the hospital does not have any in stock, then they will do a lottery system. They will have everyone’s names in the…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Organ Donation

    Organ Donation Persuasive Essay Gavin Sauter In an organ donation, when somebody dies, the family of that person has to give permission to donate the organs of that person. There are many reasons as to why the families shouldn’t have a say as to whether or not the organs can be donated. The deceased don’t need their leftover organs for anything, people are in need of certain organs, whether or not they donate their organs shouldn’t be up to their family, and doctors could also find a…

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  • Organ Conscription After Death Essay

    available for donation can be very challenging. This has caused some to theorise about the possibility of organ conscription after death. In this essay, I will be critically assessing the statement `the needs of the living outweigh the wishes of the dead; so organs should be conscripted after death’. I will begin by clarifying what I mean by the terms organ conscription and death, and what the parameters around donation are. I will then examine what is meant by the needs of the living, and the…

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  • Benefits Of Unwinding

    Unwinding could benefit society in many ways. To begin with, patients who are in desperate need of organs can be guaranteed one from an Unwind and do not need to suffer through the hassle of waiting lists due to limited donors. For example, Admiral Dunfee needed a healthy heart as he was in critical condition due to a heart attack. The hospital staff said that he needed a heart transplant and that there were plenty of healthy young hearts, but the Admiral refused to have a transplant knowing…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Organ Donation

    Picture this: a 12 year old blind boy being able to see again, a 30 year old burn victim waking up with skin on her arms, a 25 year old woman, who was previously incapable of having children, hold her own child in her arms, and a 46 year old lung cancer patient filling a new healthy lung with fresh air. While some may seem unrealistic, these scenarios are all made possible through the process of organ donation. When one chooses to donate an organ, the outcome almost always has a positive effect…

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  • Organ Donation Should Be Mandatory

    accomplish something regardless of the possibility that it's against our beliefs. If the world we live in today permits the decision of dress wear, dialogue, and abortion, why shouldn't individuals have the privilege to keep their bodies as it is after death? Finally, Organ donation cannot be compulsory, it is a personal choice. Personally, I encourage donation, but I strongly disagree it should be mandatory. Personally, I consider it as a highly estimable and responsible thing to do, and is one…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Mandatory Organ Donation

    Have you ever thought “I’m young and healthy, I don’t have to worry about death. Nothing bad will happen to me bad things just happen to other people.” That is a very common idea that humans perceive to be the reality. However, accidents happen everyday. You never know when you might find yourself in the situation of needing an organ transplant. Organ donation takes one person's organs and tissues after they have passed on for transplantation into another. Therefore contrary to the many…

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  • Encourage The Golden Rule Of Organ Donations, Transplant Coverage Analysis

    Joseph S. Roth’s wrote an inspiring essay called “Encourage the Golden Rule of Organ Donations, Transplant Coverage,” that provides crucial information on the significance of organ donation. In the essay, Roth incorporates his proposal, the Golden Rule, which permits health insurers to limit transplant coverage for patients who refuse to be organ donors. The legislation would require insurance companies to provide information at each policy renewal about how their policy holders can register to…

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  • Alcoholics And Liver Transplantation Analysis

    that never seeking help about their drinking problem. By the time they noticed their problem, their livers are already damaged. What about people who have already donated their organs to save peoples' lives? Since they don’t have a choice, upon their death, they are required to donate it anyway. Some people don’t want their lives to go to somebody that needed a liver transplant because of drinking, especially people who are willing to donate their organs. Are they fine with alcoholics receiving…

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