My mum needs a kidney transplant there’s 1000s needing just that alone my mum’s been on dialysis a while now and is at the end final stages of renal failure she has so much more to give on this planet and so do everyone else needing transplants you don’t need them once your gone it’s hard watching your mum go through this knowing there is nothing you can do but hope ! I’d give her mine if I had 2 kidneys, unfortunately, I was born.No one should be forced or made to donate. Or the St Patrick’s day kiss me and bring me a Whiskey shirt with it hanging over their shoulders once a loved one has passed. I am on the organ donation list but feel strongly that this is a bit too forceful.
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I wouldn’t take an organ donation regardless of my circumstances. I wouldn’t be happy with another person’s parts inside my body. At the St Patrick’s day kiss me and bring me a Whiskey shirt of my life, I won’t need my organs. If they can extend somebody’s life then they can have them. It might mean that I can help a parent spend more time with their kids. I just pray that they won’t waste their second chance. I don’t understand why they haven’t done this all along! You don’t need the organs after your gone so let someone else make use of them to help them fulfill their life.
Why let them burn or rot in the ground when some people can have their lives saved changed by having new organs. This sounds great. It helps save the St Patrick’s day kiss me and bring me a Whiskey shirt and allows the family to grieve without them also having to be pressured to sign consent forms. They can take anything they want from me! If my death means it improves someone’s life or even saves it then what a wonderful thing and such a lovely thought for my family.