Arguments Against Organ Donation

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Paige Hillman
Mrs. Johnson
English 9
20 March 2018
Organ Transplantation Although many people believe organ donations are unethical and donors are not a priority when in need of care, but organ donation is very ethical and every patient receives the same care, if more people were willing to donate organs it would save many lives; therefore, people should be encouraged to donate, and others should spread the word.
Organ transplants are becoming more popular and common throughout the United States and can be seen in many different forms such as a liver, kidney, lung, pancreas, heart, but due to the shortage of organs available, many are still on the list of those in need of an organ. Because of this, “Each day, about 77 people get an organ
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