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  • No point not to

    If a person I dead why do they need their organs, a person who needs a new heart, lung, kidney ect. Could use it much more than it rotting away inside a dead person.
    Better to save someone's life than have 2 dead people. We can't make everyone do it, but I think it would be a good thing for all people to do.

  • Yes if they want too though.

    People should be organ donors because once you die you do not have any use for those organs and parts anyways, why not put it to good use? It is a great thing to do and it will help save a life, or make someones life better. However, people should not be forced into it.

  • Yes, people should be organ donors because it saves lives.

    When people decide to be organ donors, they decide to save at least one life. What better thing is there to do with your organs? I am sure the bugs in the ground would enjoy snacking on them, but not as much as someone who needs a new organ will enjoy being able to continue living.

  • Yes, people should be organ donors because it saves lives.

    When people decide to be organ donors, they decide to save at least one life. What better thing is there to do with your organs? I am sure the bugs in the ground would enjoy snacking on them, but not as much as someone who needs a new organ will enjoy being able to continue living.

  • There doesn't appear to be cons

    Yes, we should be organ donors. The worst thing that can happen is that we save someone's life. That isn't much of a con. Why allow your organs to waste or become bug food when those organs can be used to save someone's life who has a family who loves, cares and depend on them?

  • Yes, people should be organ donors.

    Our body will perish after we die. If this perishable organs are used to give a new life to others who would die without them or suffer, there wouldn't be any other things more valuable. But organ-donation should not be mandated because it would violate the basic respect of individuals views and it will be misused to benefit some people with ill-intent.

  • Yes. Why not save a life?

    After you die, your body is simply going to decompose in the ground. What can a person do with a good organ once they are dead? It is far more beneficial to society and far more gracious to be an organ donor, saving or improving a life even if you cannot see the result.

  • Because im confused

    people decide to be organ donors, they decide to save at least one life. What better thing is there to do with your organs? I am sure the bugs in the ground would enjoy snacking on them, but not as much as someone who needs a new organ will enjoy being able to continue living.


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