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    Legalizing Organ Sales

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    Legalizing organ sales When first hearing the words illegal most people will automatically think that it is illegal for a reason and that nothing good can come from it becoming legalized. Therefore, most people will not consider looking into the situation period because it will most likely result into an ultimate failure. But then again there are a few illegal laws that should be legalized that could help the economy and the community as well. One of them laws that could be that help to us is by…

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    presents the global issue between supply and demand in the market for organ transplants. In recent years, the demand for organ transplants has skyrocketed, while the supply of organ donors has risen at a turtle’s pace. The aging populations of many first world countries has taken a toll on the supply of available organs. The shortage of organ donors has resulted in extreme waiting list, and in more extreme cases, illegal organ-harvesting. Because of the shortage, many villains such as Michael…

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    Network for organ sharing transplant waiting lists die, as the number of allografts that become available do not meet the demand. Although selling organs for transplants can be highly dangerous the number of fatalities due to the lack of organs available for transplants would greatly decrease if selling organs for transplantations was legalized. People who do choose to donate organs should be able to make that choice alone, which would financially benefit them and decrease the sale of organs on…

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    Organ Transplantation

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    doctors, organ waiting list and organ transplantation have set people’s lives in risk for their health and cost. An average of 18 people die each day awaiting an organ transplant (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 2014). Anybody that has had to wait for an organ donor knows the challenges and stress of the condition. Organ transplant surgery entail vast amounts of money or full insurance coverage and finding an eligible donor in time. Relatively, recipients that need organ transplants…

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    Lab Grown Organ Essay

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    In the near future, lab grown organs may prove to be more useful than regular human organ transplantations. The traditional system of organ donations faces many obstacles and difficulties that lab grown organs can solve. For instance, many people are not receiving their much needed organ transplantations through the current organ donation method. To counter this shortage, developing and updating current and new technologies can get people the organs they need. Furthermore, new methods are…

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    Mattie Wiseman Persuasive Outline Organ Donation My purpose is to convince the audience that lack of organ donations is a problem (need step) and show them that registering to donate after they pass away is the solution (solution step). I will convince them to register online or at the DMV to donate their organs (action step) by showing them the benefits and practically of the plan (visualization step). I. Introduction A. Who here are glad that their organs are working properly within their…

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    first ever heart transplant was performed by surgeon Christiaan Barnard in December 1967 (American College of Cardiology, 2015) It was successful, however, the drugs given to him to suppress his immune system left him susceptible to sickness and he died 18 days later due to double pneumonia. Prior to his death, his heart had functioned normally and thus human heart transplants were now a reality. During the 1970s, the development of superior anti-rejection drugs made the transplant more viable.…

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    than one life, and all it takes for that is to make one decision. Choosing to be an organ donor is a self-made decision, one that truly makes a difference, and can change the lives of many completely. For an individual to become an organ or tissue donor, they only have to undergo three simple steps. First off, “one must register with their state donor registry, if available, secondly, they must designate the organ donor decision on their license, and lastly, they should talk to their family…

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    of lifesaving organs. There is a waiting list of over 650,000 people just waiting to receive lifesaving organs. This list is accumulated data from across the United States. Of this amount, almost sixty percent of this number are people waiting for kidney transplants. The only problem is that there are not enough people willing to donate their kidneys to strangers. It does not seem fair that the pharmaceutical and insurance companies are the only ones who reap the benefits of organ donation.…

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    Janice Cheng Case Study

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    that she is a registered organ donor and that her heart is a match for another patient at the hospital awaiting transplant. It is your medical…

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