The Causes Of Life

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People are born, they live and make memories then they die. This is the cold hard facts of life, just like taxes, it cannot be avoided. However, what happens to your loved one's body after he or she passes on does not always have to be so difficult. Each person has three clear and not so clear choices; the first is to be buried with whatever facial expression one dies with for all eternity; second is to be cremated and the third is donation or selling of their body parts, which is paid out through a beneficiary after one’s death. This last option was deemed illegal by many governments including the United States as of 1987 (Columb, 2015). There is a case where a doctor procured a cell sample from a patient with a disorder and from this…show more content…
The society we live in just must move past seeing the world in black and white and see the grey. If people could see that there are so many more pros to giving people an option like this then it would reduce the shortages significantly (Boyer, J.R 2012 pg. 356 para 2). Organ trafficking is defined as an illegal practice; however, by actually selling your organs can not only save lives and boost global economy, but it can also give the donators family assistance with final expenses.
Organ sales have been a sore topic for over the last decade or so. There are people that would say by allowing organ sales we are reducing people to objects (Cherry, M.J 2005 pg. 9 para 2). The organ trade consists of diverse practice and can be placed into one or more of the following categories: Organ Traffic, Organ Sales, Organ harvesting, and Transporting tourism which is when you are visiting countries just for the sake of their lax organ sales laws (Columb, S.s 2015 pg. 22 para 2). It was one said at Georgetown University that organ sales would result in ineffective use of healthcare resource; however, selling organs is another great way to earn save lives.
There are a hundred and twenty-three thousand people waiting for organ transplants in the United States and over three hundred million in China alone (Wilkson, Stephan 2016, 2.2 para 2) and not even nearly enough donors to make a dent in the waiting list needs. In just
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