I personally have never understood why people care what happens to their organs/body after they are dead. Even burial seems frivolous to me. I’m for organ donation and cremation for all. Hopefully, those who choose to opt out for personal preference are put on a list of those who can’t receive also! I can’t give blood I’ve already tried because I had to have an emergency blood transfusion. So would I still be able to donate anything else? I just hope the families cannot overrule this. For years my friend carried a Hey Hey chicken If my mouth doesn’t say it my face definitely will shirt to donate her organs. When she died her husband would not sign the forms.
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I don’t like the idea of just taking your organs just like that. The Hey Hey chicken If my mouth doesn’t say it my face definitely will shirt is great if the body parts are healthy and in good working order but ask permission first, please. I have a donor card and have told my family about it. Nobody should have the right to refuse organ donation from someone who wants to donate. If a particular organ is not suitable, that is a decision for the medical professionals to make. I have also been present when donor organs have been implanted to a recipient. I have seen the sadness from families losing a family member who was a donor and the joy for those who have had a much-needed transplant.
We are all individuals with our own thoughts about being a Hey Hey chicken If my mouth doesn’t say it my face definitely will shirt or indeed receiving donated organs. Should this be opt-in by default? Their role is vital and they were with us, supporting us hours before we were even asked the question. They showed such respect to my daughter that I trusted them to take care of her, even after she had passed. They were with her and cared for her before, during and after the surgical procedures and they phoned me once she was out of the theatre and had been laid to rest.