UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
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PART A: SECTION 1
PART B: (1 Question)
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PART A: READING COMPREHENSION (20 MARKS)
Read the following articles and answer all the questions in the answer booklet provided.
SECTION 1: Article 1
The Ethics and Law on Organ Transplantation in Malaysia
Organ transplantation is a form of treatment for serious and life-threatening diseases which has proven to be successful. It involves replacing diseased and defective organs
advancements in surgical procedures and the availability of anti-rejection drugs have contributed tremendously to the success of organ transplantation. These 5 developments have made the transplant procedure a possible treatment for those suffering from various organ failure states. The commonly transplanted organs are kidneys, heart, eyes, lungs and pancreas while transplantable tissues are liver, bone marrow, skin and heart valves. Presently, organs for transplantation can come from either a living person - the live donor, or a dead person - the