When a person is in need of an organ and has to have it in order to survive then that person should have a right to have that specific organ. If a donor is willing to save a life and agrees to sell his/her own organs then why should it be illegal? Legalizing this issue can help save thousands of lives around the world, it might be a bit expensive to buy an organ but it can help a person from dying and suffering. This process is a voluntary process, the government doesn’t force people to sell their own organs, and it’s a decision a person is willing to make. It might be quite risky to legalize it, and governments might receive a large backlash from several communities, but th... ... middle of paper ... ...de effect, and the process of organ transplantation might be risky but is worth the risk for some.
There are places where patients receive Euthanasia, and although the people in the vegetative state cannot see, the peace is something that you don’t need to see to feel it. Also, Euthanasia will save money to the family, as reported by The New York State Department of Health, “Under any new system of health care delivery, as at present, it will be far less costly to give a lethal injection than to care for a patient throughout the dying process." Besides, there is no reason to keep a person alive if there is not a possibility of recover it would only affect the economy. As stated by the Medical Billing Advocates of America, “as many people have seen, the final cost associated with life support can be an enormous burden once that loved one has passed away.” Contrasting the cost of Euthanasia with the cost of keeping someone alive, the results show a considerable difference of spend that if possible should be avoided. Nevertheless, there are cases where it is worthy to spend all this money, for example, if there is hope of a recovery, the family will never consider any amount of money too much for a second chance in their relative
And if there is even more research done there can be even more uses and treatments for other puzzling diseases like cancer using stem cells. This research is necessary because it will save lives. It will save people from being a vegetable for the rest of their lives or constantly needing medical care. If there are more studies done, the opponents of this will start to see how much good it can do and stop holding it up.
Those selling organs transform the business into a means of living; relying on the failing health of others to benefit. The ethical advantage focuses on improving the health of the injured, not the financial state of oneself. Another news source, The Journal of Medical Ethics, publishes articles concerning the business of organ transplants. Professor John Harris, bioethicist, advocates, “Prices would have to be high enough to attract people into the marketplace but dialysis, and other alternative care, does not come cheap” (8). Harris understands that individuals neglect interest in the business when selling organs solely for altruistic purposes.
I believe that there is a huge problem with this drug, and it is death. We cannot determine the future things may get better and the last day will come for everyone when it’s the right time for it. The first problem with euthanasia is that it is morally incorrect for someone to kill another person even if they ask for it. As a person I feel that it is wrong to kill someone; yes in wars we do it all the time but even if a lot of people do that it still doesn’t mean it’s right. Many have mentioned that in there scripts they believe that we can’t control our life.
For transplantation, availability of organs is the main issue because there are many individuals for and against the sale of human organs which affect the supply of organs and as a result people die due to kidney failure and unavailability of organ at the right time. Many individuals are not in favor of legalizing the sale of vital human body organs as they fear about the black market where buyers obtain organs illegally and take advantage of financially weak people who sell their organs to fulfil their daily needs. What are the benefits of organ sales and does legalizing this sale could help save people's life? Before knowing each and everything such as benefits, affects, I had no opinion on it and the word organ sale itself is not that impressive which led me to think about the disadvantages of it but after reading an essay "organ sales can save lives" written by Joanna Mackay I had a bit different opinion. I agreed to the arguments which the author made that how legalization of organ sale can save thousands of dying people in need of organ transplantation.
To get rid of cloning research would be very harmful and detrimental to society. If cloning humans is allowed then it will benefit us all because of the medical advances and understands that can be obtained from cloning technology which will help everyone improve and prolong their lives. Cloning is beneficial because the technology will give us a better understanding of the way our bodies work. It will end many diseases and prevent new unforeseen ones. Also, couples unable to bear children will be able to via cloning.
The WHO should create a system that can track human tissue traded and try to decrease the trading rate Organ trafficking isn’t only in endangering healthy citizens worldwide, also patients with organ failure. The WHO should support organization that has a mission of living a healthier life style. Also, making an organization that goes into prisons and encourages prisoners into selling their organs. Most importantly, explaining the risks of losing an organ and educating people. Yemen looks forward to offer the World Health Organization its support to best benefit all WHO members and the world.
The ethics are basically thrown out the window when trying to create something that is considered a right of only a God but when you let it go and just kind of separate God from the creation you can find something much more beautiful in cloning. We have found another way to make people and another way to potentially save lives. When I look at the future cloning is the way to go because we can find a way to make people live longer and healthier lives even if there are a few downfalls we can only improve by working with people. The more we work with cloning people the better it will get and then we can start improving medical care. This will be just like how Dolly started with a lot of failures and then a few successes and then hopefully a way to cure the thing most people fear.
Humans should have the right to buy or sell organs. With laws to help keep it from getting out of hand such as, only have certified people do surgery, this will create enough organs to save lives. Plus, with certified doctors doing the surgery and proper care, more organs would be saved instead of wasted. The result would be fewer people on the waiting list and won’t have to wait for years. Another benefit is patients or victims of traffickers on the market, would lead to a decrease in death and pain.