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Transplantation also called transplant occurs when organs or tissues are removed from one part of a persons body and placed on or in another part of the same body or another persons body Schmitz and Gray 8 People are in need for a kidney more than any other organ in or on the body The proposal about giving kidneys to the top twenty percent of recipients from the top twenty percent of donors has developed The top recipients would be those who the doctors thought would get the most years out of the organ When they choose the top donors it would be those whom organs are expected to last the longest Stein 1 this proposal will also decrease the number of people who then have a kidney fail while they are still alive and need to return to the wait list Stein 1Though I agree that the patient and donor age should match up I also disagree with the proposal that states that the top 20 percent of kidneys should go to the top twenty percent of recipients and the writers opinion about the life span of older patientsYour kidneys are bean-shaped organs each about the size of your fist They are located near the middle of your back just below the rib cage The kidneys are sophisticated trash collectors Every day your kidneys process about 200 quarts of blood to sift out about 2 quarts of waste products and extra water The waste and extra water become urine which flows to your bladder through tubes called ureters Your bladder stores urine until you go to the bathroom WebMD The actual process of removing one persons kidneys and placing it or them into someone else is very important to me Not only was I born with one kidney my mother had kidney failure that led her to be on dialysis The importance of kidney transplants is high from my perspective If
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