Organ donation is the process of removal of a whole or part of an organ from one body to another. This purpose is replacement of organs’ damages by organs in good condition. Besides it helps health of patient better. Some people argue that it should be a mandatory law for everyone to donate one of their organs when they die with some reasons: save lives, ethical obligation, improve the quality of life. In contrast, some people feel that it should not be a mandatory because of religion, human rights, population increase. Firstly, some people support the view that organ donation should be mandatory to save people’ lives. That means help many people continue to live. Nowadays, there are many people are dying because of not enough organs to supply. They and their family are waiting organs donation of others. Therefore, organ donation should be compulsory to provide organs for patient and result in more and more people’ lives can be saved. Secondly, it is often argued that it should be mandatory organ donation because of ethical obligation. When people are dead but their organs are good condition. They do not continue using and needing them anymore so they should donate their organs for people need. This is the gift of life. They actually still live in essence when they save life for many people. Also, this is last lofty action before death. On the other hand, opponents of mandatory organ donation point out that
That means some people with a variety of major illness will be rescued from organ transplants. Example somebody unfortunately has heart disease after being born. One donor can help them recover from an illness and enjoy a better quality of life.
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