What is wrong with organ donation?



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Organ donation is major surgery. All surgery comes with risks such as bleeding, infection, blood clots, allergic reactions, or damage to nearby organs and tissues. Although you will have anesthesia during the surgery as a living donor, you can have pain while you recover.



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Organ donation is major surgery. All surgery comes with risks such as bleeding, infection, blood clots, allergic reactions, or damage to nearby organs and tissues. Although you will have anesthesia during the surgery as a living donor, you can have pain while you recover.



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Some possible long-term risks of donating a kidney may include high blood pressure (hypertension); large amount of protein in the urine; hernia; organ impairment



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Sometimes, myths and misperceptions about organ, eye, and tissue donation can prevent someone from signing up. Imagine the lives we could save if everyone



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By R Beyar · 2011 · Cited by 16 — Some of the critical ethical issues that require aggressive interference are organ trafficking, payments for organs, and the delicate balance in live donations Abstract · THE DEFINITION OF... · ETHICAL RULES FOR... · SPECIAL PROGRAMS



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