Guest A-chan Posted May 20, 2020 Share Posted May 20, 2020 (edited) 1 hour ago, Asmallperson said: Cant see any reason to opt out of organ donation unless you think they are needed in the afterlife or you are a christian who thinks they are going to be physically resirrected, even though their bodies will have totally decayed. Think of organ donation as a gift of life to somebody else. What can be more noble? I believe life starts at conception; that is the gift and the start of a new experience. We are not told of all the reasons people "require" organs. They are not all as the media presents. George Best was a prime example. There is no guarantee of survival; organ rejection is a noted reaction. The anti organ rejection drugs are riddled with negative effects and many die early. Illness is preventable; detoxification of the body in many cases would remove the "need" for organ transplants. There are those born with "faulty" organs. These cases are due to toxicity that sadly negatively effect the developing child. There are numerous pharmaceutical drugs known to be teratogenic. Legalised body snatching will never be "noble". There is no informed consent, especially when the truth is suppressed. Edited May 20, 2020 by A-chan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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