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Essay Facts About Organ Trade

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Facts about Organ Trade -Pro
Argument 1:
• Allowing organ trade will reduce the number of people who need transplants organs on the waiting list. According to Tina Rosenberg of The New York Times news in her article “Need a Kidney? Not Iranian? You’ll Wait”, “…By 1999, the waiting list for a kidney was essentially eliminated”.

Rebuttal 1: (if team 2 said it is human trade)
• According to The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “However, an average of 22 people die each day waiting for transplants that can't take place because of the shortage of donated organs”.
• In 2014, thousands of people are dying while they are waiting for transplant a kidney or their health became even worse, “Last year in the United States, more than 4,000 people died while
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“… the average life span of someone who starts dialysis is only 5 to 10 years”.

Rebuttal 4: (if they said we don’t need a new kidney because there is a dialysis)
• We will say argument 4

Argument 5:
• Have or buy the organ from a donor who still live is better than have in from someone died. According to information from U.S. National Library of Medicine, the waiting list surpassed 100,000 in 2009. One reason that leads to growth in the waiting list was an inadequate supply of deceased donor organs.

Rebuttal 5: (if they said deceased donor organ)
• The person has to agree to donate before he/she died.
• Outcomes are better with organs obtained from live donors compared with organs from brain-dead donors << argument 5.

Rebuttal 4: (if they said that solve the problem by copy organ)
• It cost a lot, we need to know the time to copy the organ + how much + is there any place transplant a copy organ+ where they do it+ how many people do it.

Rebuttal 6: (if they said the donor’s health gets worse or lose his job)
• In Iran, the give them health insurance.
• In Iran, they get small business loans.

Rebuttal 7: (if they said allowed organ trade lead to
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