I think it can be a wonderful gift to help someone in need.
I think it's a good thing. A donation can save someones life and there are certain organs you can donate without having to be dead.
It's good, as long as it is wholeheartedly donated not sold.
I believe that it shows how giving people can be. I did hear that if your an organ donor the paramedics will not try to bring you back if you pass. Not too sure if that is correct or not.
this is the best thing which one can do save life of others, chhers for asking this question.
gives life to many, this is the best way to help mankind.
It's a great feeling to be an organ donor. Knowing that even when I'm gone I'm still helping people is a awesome.
Organ donation is both a positive and a painful thing for me. Positive because someone will receive an organ he or she most needs in order to live which comes from someone who died, which is why it's I think its also painful. We wish of course that we can find another way of extending the life of others but not at the expense of others, especially the young ones. On the part of the donor, the one thing that makes it all worthwhile is that they were able to save someone with their donation.
Some experts say, while we are young and able we should decide whether we want to be organ donors so that people would know, just in case.
Number one................I can not speak for others...........there is a nastiness to dismantling the human body.......THERE IS
yet, if my eyes can give sight to the blind
if my ovaries can enable a barren womb
if my kidney can allow a grandmother another day
if my liver can assure a grandpa another walk in the park
I am an official organ donar
I will NOT fault or judge those who are not.
I am an organ dononr on my license. I like the addage " Don't take your organs to heaven, Heaven knows we need them here."
I think its a great thing. I decided long before I was 16 that I wanted to be a donor if anything happened to me. This was long before I met my step father (who died waiting for a kidney transplant) or my husband who is waiting for a heart transplant. I also hope that my family will be able to get some comfort in knowing that my death helped people in need.
Organ donation is a way to save someones life when your own could not be saved. I am an organ donor. When i die, i wont need those organs anymore so if someone else can use them then they can have them, no strings attached as long as they know they person who owned them before was loved and loved people enough to share them.
by mintinfo 6 years ago
Are you open to organ donation?Facebook has introduced a new App that brings awareness to organ donation and many people who had not previously considered it are now open to donate their organs. What are your views on organ donation?
by Elena 7 years ago
Should people be paid for Organ Donation?In the UK, Cash incentives or Funeral Expenses are ideas currently being put forward to encourage people to donate Human Organs. A lot of people die, while awaiting Transplants. Do you have any thoughts about this?
by Aime 2 years ago
Is it selfish to choose not to donate your organs after you die?Only 25% of Canadians and less than 40% of Americans are organ donors. Is there any reason for you, as a dead person, to keep your organs that's more important than possibly saving another person's life? Should organ...
by HannahRiley 6 years ago
How do you feel about organ donation?
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
Organ Donation - Why should we - Why not?What are the factors that you considered when making that decision?
by pisean282311 8 years ago
how many of you would go for organ donation?..like pledging to give eyes
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