As it has already been discussed, human organs transplantation can help in saving limitless lives. Nevertheless, the demand of people in need does not meet the organs supplied. This tough reality that people encounter leads to the emergence of illegitimate transactions completed in the dark, also known as the black market trafficking. Conforming to Berman, “Every year hundreds of people from wealthy countries, including the US and Israel, travel to poorer, less legal-y scrupulous countries to acquire kidneys from poorer people”(Selling organs should be legal). Hence, this situation is not in favor of societies because only the rich can benefit from it.
An Illegal but Helpful Alternative The illegal market of human organs is a helpful and life-saving alternative for many patients seeking an organ they need to replace. For many patients in need of an organ, time and money are always a nuisance. In many occasions, patients would spend their life-savings in dialysis treatments and their time in the organ transplant waiting list, only to have no benefit at all. The illegal organ market can decrease the time patients spend in the waiting list, the price of organ transplants outweighs the price of dialysis treatment in multiple months, and it would help donors who are struggling economically. Having more organs available for patients would remarkably decrease the time spent on the waiting list.
Assignment 1 The thought of an “organ market” is often one greeted with moral disgust and outrage. So much so that the idea of a self-regulated organ selling market is banned in nearly all civilized societies that perform organ transplants. But would an organ market truly be such an immoral thing? This paper will explore that question and attempt to show that it an organ market would not only be moral, but beneficial to society as a whole. People are born every day with incurable diseases or genetic abnormalities that will eventually require them to receive an organ transplant.
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We are losing tons of money on these animals. Also, research has shown on the article "Anima testing is bad" that animals can catch a lot of disease, we spend money to cure them leading to lack of money for prenatal care programs and trauma. Animals can be burned, shocked, and poisoned, which can cause them brain damage. Overall, animals can suffer, but so can humans. The benefits of animal testing lead to new scientific discoveries.
In the article, "Organ Sales Will Save Lives," by Joanne MacKay, is an informative essay that appeals to a readers emotions by raising awareness that there are thousands of people in the world that are in need of life-saving organs, specifically kidneys. MacKay does a fantastic job capturing the readers’ attention by describing the grueling dialysis treatments patients suffer from End Stage Renal Disease and the lengthy wait for a cadaver kidney donation. Unhappy with these options, many patients opt for a third choice which leads them into the pit which is known as the black market. MacKay’s description of the black market has the reader visualizing a run down slum with the surgery being done in a small filthy back room. The reason a patient
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