People on the Con side keep throwing the words "compulsory" and "unconstitutional" around, but the heart of the matter we're trying to get at here ISN'T mandatory donation. It's more of an opt-out program. You can decide to opt out of donating your organs, or you can stay in the program and donate them after your death. But if you stay in the program, it doesn't automatically mean that you'll be harvested after you pass. Your organs still have to be healthy and in good working order in order for them to be used in transplants. And honestly, organ donation isn't against ANY of the five major world religions, so if it's against your religion, you're in the minority. It's not unethical or unconstitutional either, because after you die, you're DEAD. Not to blunt the matter, but you won't need both your kidneys or your lungs when you're body's in the ground and your soul is somewhere else.
Bottom line here? If you don't want it, don't do it.
Why wouldn't you want to? Everyone wants to do something great, what can be greater than saving peoples lives! Its just selfish to want you organs when you are dead and have no need for them. I understand that some people may think of it as stopping your body being your property, but we should look at it in a different way, your are saving someone's life! Would you not want the same done for yourself or a loved one? As the saying goes: treat others as you would want to be treated your self...... We should all think of this when we approach this topic. So if you ever are asked if you would like to give your organs remember that saying then choose.
One donor can help many people enjoy a better quality of life, as there are different organs in one human body. I believe organ donation does not take away the pain of death but can be an opportunity for something positive to come out of tragedy. A system of "opting out" should be implemented.
Wouldn't you much rather your organs were put to use after you pass than rot in the ground? Negligence is a crime and people should not have to suffer when something can be done. It's not right and it's not fair that so many people die everyday whist waiting for a transplant. Don't be selfish, give life when your own has ended.
With the exemption of religious reasons organ donation should be mandatory, what are you going to do with your organs when you are no longer around, for people to say they would opt out on principle if the system changes to an opt out scheme is both selfish and petty, I wonder if the ones that say no would feel the same if it was them or or one of their loved ones that desperately needed a transplant to save their lives?
By signing a contract up to 18 people can be saved. People who are in need of a transplant are counting on others to be generous enough to give their organs. However, people are too selfish to help others and let their organs rot inside their dead body. If organ donation was compulsory many people today and in the future will be able to live a healthier and safer life.
Imagine a little girl needing an organ and someone has died, what is their organ going to do for them in under the dirt or ashes. When it could be helping a poor little girl. Organ donation should be compulsory because organs are not doing anything being cremated or buried.
If you were dead and your organs were in good condition then why should you keep them for yourself? People are dying every day because of a lack of organs and we are just sitting here saying "it's freedom of choice" how awful is that! If you've never had your nearest and dearest at deaths door you won't know what it feels like but I do and part of my family did die because there weren't enough organs so people should donate to save lives and stop other family's grieving their lost loved ones.
What is the dead person or his family going to do with them. Surely they're not going to use them. Since cloning isn't allowed, organ donation should be mandatory. For every dumb reason to not part with your organs once deceased, someone else is dying out there. With all the people on the planet (too many), there is no reason why it shouldn't be mandatory and acceptable.
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There are many religions that are against organ transplants. They say it is a mutilation of the body and can actually damage a person's soul. Some religions actually ask their adherents NOT TO ACCEPT organ transplants, but we don't make them. This would be an intolerant and altogether harmful thing to do.
No, organ donations should not be compulsory, as it has been heard that organ transplant can change a person's personality and soul. Also these organs possibly could have taken in too much bacteria and cause disease in the other person who is in need for this specific organ, therefore putting the recipient in the same state as before or possibly even worse.
6205 people a year die because they need organs, but there are around 5.7m people who die a day. So there will be well over 5.6m organs a year and that brings up many issues such as were are you going to store them? It is a complete waste and a really stupid idea.
If organ donation were to be made compulsory after death, it may cause people to murder others by hit-and-run incidents just so they die such that the organs could be given to a family member that needs the organ. Not only so, more illegal organ trafficking can come about: the poorer people will be disadvantaged as there can be salespeople that make them agree to selling all their bodily organs for a huge sum of money and they may agree to it if things are looking really bad for them and their family.
We are under no obligation to help another. Even though it would be the right thing, many people would rebel against mandatory organ giving. It may be because of religion or the fact you don't want your organs removed from your body.
Organ donation is a choice, and shouldn't be compulsory. The people would rebel as the Government is MAKING us do something even if it's against a religion.
Will there be exemption clauses? What if you have rabies? If its compulsory then it doesn't seem to exclude these people. We are given a freedom of choice, take that away and you won't have a happy nation.
Organ donation should not be compulsory because people have such little control of what happens to them in their lives, they should be able to control what happens to their bodies after death. There are many reasons, some religious, why a person would not want to donate their organs and those should be respected.
This is not a question that can be decided by a majority vote. It is not an issue that can be decided by politicians. It has nothing to do with ethics let alone what is seen as right or altruistic. If we really possess anything in this world it is our own bodies and it is an affront to be asked to opt out of a scheme that will allow the medical profession to harvest our bits when we die.
If so many people donated there organs that nearly everyone who needed an organ transplant would get one there would be a massive population boom. So many people would be getting the organs they needed that the population would grow greatly and with a large population boom. Aside from freedom and rights
I was involved in a Workplace Enervating and Debilitating Accident on 15th December 2008; where I sustained a trilateral fracture of the Left Wrist, Left Ulna Styloid, Left Radius and injuries in the Neck, Hind-Head, Left Shoulder, Left Knee and Left Ankle.
Because we have a Workplace Safety Insurance Board to which employers contribute on every pay cheque. I immediately became a client to the insurance board to start receiving loss of earning subsidies.
It took over sixty days for the insurance board to start supporting on one snag that I had to dismiss my family doctor and take on one selected by my employer and approved by the insurance board.
All objective medical assessments from the emergency, fracture clinic hospital physicians were nulled by the insurance board.
It required me to hire four different lawyers and to present my case to two tribunals.
The workplace safety and insurance board spent more funds defending itself than the dollars they spent treating me.
It was in 2016 that I managed to get access to an MRI for my left shoulder after 8 years.
What would have happened if Canada a mandatory organ transplant, the Insurance Board would have presented me for Organ Harvest!
All these were "Medical Errors of Commission" connived by the Insurance Medical Consultant who knew all the medical directions I was to be taken.
The Insurance Medical Consultant knew that some injuries would;d be denied in absence of my family physician.
I was denied access to emergent treatment and the curable injuries gravitated into chronic conundrums.
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