The attitude in Dennis Campbell’s article is pro organ donation. The system needs to be changed to what he calls presumed consent. He thinks it is the only way to face the demand for organ donation that is raising everyday, today. The article by Robert D. Truog is against organ donation. His opinion is based on ethical reasons and thoughts about what poor people might do to themselves to get food/attention etc.. In the last article Richard Wilson is being pretty neutral. He doesn’t let us know what his opinion is towards organ donation. He is just making us aware of us being able to donate our organs.
An organ is a gift for life in more than one way. First of all because it is a very personal gift, which you are going to have inside you for the rest of your life and you will probably never forget the donor for giving you a second chance in life. Second, I think that it is a gift, who grants you life, its almost like a computer game, in which you have extra life or credits. I believe everyone should have right to “extra” life’s. About being a commodity for sale; in the world today EVERYTHING is for sale and why should organ donation be? If you could save someone’s life by giving them your kidney, would you do so?
Register as an organ donor today rather than tomorrow!
Dear fellow student!
Help me redefine the love among people!
We all love our families and our next ones, but what do we do if someone in our family gets seriously ill and needs an organ donation? We hope someone is able to help, and if they are, we obviously think they should.
Life is a gift. It is an honor; a spark; an excitement. We all have a world of our own. A wise author, Albert Camus, once stated, “you will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life” (Albert Camus). Life is about living to your fullest abilities; why waste our time looking for the meaning of each breath ...