Title: Minority Organ Donation.
General Purpose: To Persuade.
Specific Purpose: To persuade minorities and my audience to become organ donors Central Idea: The need for organ donors among minorities are constantly on the rise and the process as a donor is relatively simple.
I. How do you feel when you have to wait for something you really want? What if it was something you couldn’t live without? What if that something was a liver, or even a heart? Every day between 16 and 17 people die while waiting for an organ transplant.
II. According to Medline plus by donating your organs after you die, you can save or improve as many as 50 lives.
III. Not only have I completed several research required to build my understanding of minorities organ donation, but I am already considering to be an organ donor.
IV. Today, I would like to tell the class the importance of minority’s organ donation, how your family and organ donor recipients benefit from it, and finally, encourage everyone to donate their organs upon death.
I. Minorities are accounted for more than half of organ donation on the waiting list. According to minoritieshealth.gov 54.2% of minorities are awaiting an organ transplant. Minorities comprise less than half of organ transplantation performed at 33.6%. While white patients make up less than half of the waiting list at 45.7% and donate organs at 66%.
II. Over 100,000 men, women and children in the united states need life saving organ transplants, and every 10 minutes a new name is added to the waiting list.
III. Each passing day approximately 18 people die while awaiting an organ transplant.
While 29% of the total candidates currently waiting for transplants are Black American, the amount of donors is only 14%. According to minorityhealth.gov.
B. Hispanics accounts for 18% of the total candidates currently waiting for transplants, the amount of donors is only 13.9%.
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