posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 04:19 PM
Might I offer an extreme, paranoid opinion?
Granted there is a shortage of organs. There is a great demand for them and if hospitals can get them, the resulting surgery and care is a money
Assume I get in a serious motorcycle accident, sprawled on the freeway barely breathing, bones shattered. Is it impossible that there might be a
conversation like this in the head of the first medic to the scene "Man, even if he makes it through this, which is really doubtful, he's going to
have a tremendously painful life. It looks like he's got a lot of good organs though. His license says he's a donor. He'll never feel it if I
just stop his breathing."
Persuade me that a medical system will take as good care of me if I'm a donor as if I'm not.