Organ donation is a process in which a person willingly donates an organ of his body to another person. Furthermore, it is the process of allowing the removal of one’s organ for its transplanting in another person. Moreover, organ donation can legally take place by the consent of the donor when he is alive. Also, organ donation can also take place by the assent of the next of kin of a dead person. There has been a significant increase in organ donations due to the advancement of medical science.
- Opinion organ donation after death should be encouraged to increase the available supply of organs and tissues. Thousands of people die each year from the lack of a donated organ.
- Organ donors are people that have given their consent to donate tissue or/and organs after death. The organs that can be donated are the heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, small intestines, kidneys and they can still live with one kidney.
- Organ donation is when a person voluntarily has an organ or more removed for the purpose of transplanting it to someone who needs that organ.
- Organ donation is the gift of one’s body parts, from a person who has recently died, or from a living donor, for the purpose of transplantation. Transplantation is an operation, which involves the replacement of diseased and defective organs and tissues with healthy ones from donors
- You can help people live longer. One decision may save or change up to seven lives and you will receive eternal gratitude from their families.