Mandatory Organ Donation Is the Way to Go

Name: Sadiyah Mohabir
Course code: SNC2D1.1
Teacher: Ms. Price
Date handed: November 4, 2013
Date due: November 11, 2013

Mandatory Organ Donation Is the Way to Go

Everyone would love to have the chance to say to say "I saved someone's life." By being an organ donor you can say with a bit of certain that "I will save a person's life." Being an organ donor is an easy way for you to be able to give back to others and to make a difference in another person's life by giving them a second chance. The statement "it should be mandatory that all people, once they have died, be an organ and tissue donors" is one that I agree with because by doing so you are giving another person a ...

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15 out of 100 000 Canadians (25% of our population) have actually registered to be donors. One organ donor is capable to helping up to 75 people and can save the lives of up to 8 people. A tissue donor can improve the lives of 40 people. A single donor can donate their heart, kidney, pancreas, intestines, lungs and liver. They can also donate 5 body tissues; the cornea, skin, bone marrow, heart valves and connective tissues. Out of all these organs the one that is in the most demand is the kidney. It takes 135 days, sometimes longer for a kidney patient to receive a transplant. To donate a kidney for someone who has renal disease doesn't only mean that you are saving their life, but rather you are giving them a transformation in their quality of life since they won't have to spend hours every week at a dialysis center receiving treatment. It's sad to say that every year hundreds of patients die because they weren't able to receive transplant in time. If we all were to become ...

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In Islam the act of saving someone's life takes precedence over the principles of respect for the deceased body. As long as the donations are done within 24 hours of the death, it is okay for the organs to be donated, however if it can't be done then the body must be taken away to be prepped for its funeral. Judaism allows for donations/ transplant to take place only if the deceased has met the criteria for neurological death. They allow for donations only from dead donors. They will not accept an organ/ tissue if it came from a living donor. Buddhism is one of many religions that believe that donations are a matter of one's conscience; therefore each person can make their own decision. ...

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Added: 12/12/2013 06:54:44 PM
Submitted By: wonderland
Category: Health & Medicine
Type: Premium Paper
Words: 1347
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