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Organ Donations and the Criminal Science continues to evolve at a faster pace than the scientists that brought it to life Organ donations and transplants is a natural process that we all need to get involved in Becoming a donor or a recipient is not an easy task Two factors in organ donation and transplantation are who can donate or who can receive an organ transplant Another important factor is the race of the donor and the receiver We must also look at the ethical side of giving and receiving criminal organs To become a donor everyone must go through many stages of medical evaluations and psychological evaluation This helps the medical transplant teams to know if there are any medical or psychological problems in the donor that can be passed on to the recipient Some say that the only way to donate is to have a donor card filled out and signed by the donor but nearly four in five Americans incorrectly believe a signed donor card is required Transweb In fact surviving family permission is required and necessary for the donation Transweb The granting of permission is difficult a high percentage of Americans approve of organ donation fewer have made a decision about the donation of family members Transweb To become a recipient the patient is placed on a waiting list for the organ needed to be transplanted Societys idea of transplants is that although the majority of Americans do not view organ donation as an experimental procedure nearly two in five do hold this view Transweb This can cause the issue of having an organ transplanted to the reality of the fear society has created Anyone can donate an organ and receive an organ but society has made it an issue that criminals should not be allowed Not only are
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