registered organ donors are given automatic priority when they're in need of an organ.
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Anyway, the point of giving organ donors priority in receiving organs would be to motivate people to sign up to be organ donors. If 100 more people sign up to be organ donors because of this policy being implemented, then 1 of those people will end up donating organs, by your own reasoning. From that one organ donor, we could up to 25 organs and tissues, which could save up to 25 lives. That sounds like a pretty good deal.
Here's a source for the 25 organs number: "Up to 25 different organs and tissues can be donated for transplantation."
Anyway, again, Pro has conceded the debate. Vote Con.
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Vote Placed by dsjpk5 9 months ago
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