Hi, Deborah. What is your position on donating still-useful body parts and organs at time of death?
Also, your views on cremation of remains after all usable organs have been donated either for re-implantation or medical research?
i think donating body parts helps ease two things the bereaved can see a part of there loved one live on in another and also saving another human being is the most heroic thing a person can do .
I am a donor myself. I've seen people live longer lives after receiving hearts, kidneys etc. Cornea transplants are a wonderful thing.
I believe a person should be cremated. I have this directive in my will. Thanks for asking.
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