Do not ever agree to donate your (or a loved one's) organs. Except for corneas, which can be taken from a cadaver, all other organs (heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, etc.) must
be taken from a living person. This means the're actually killing the "donor" by removing critical organs while the "donor" is still living. This "brain death" nonsense is simply an excuse to declare the the "donor" dead while his/her heart is still beating, lungs are still functioning, etc. The "lights out, nobody home" argument is a phony.
Whether a person in a coma can eventually recover is a separate question. But so long as the body is still functioning (heart, lungs, etc.), that person is alive, and removing a critical organ amounts to murder.
posted on 11/20/2012 1:26:16 PM PST
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Not even corneas. Don’t open the door.
posted on 11/20/2012 2:34:39 PM PST
At least a single kidney or partial liver can come from a living donor.
I do wonder how many people who oppose organ donation because it kills the donor would have the principles or the courage to refuse to accept an organ?
Could I? Maybe.
Could I refuse for my children, or ask them to stand up for principle and die?
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