Bronwyn Shivers
Bronwyn Shivers

NO, THEY ARE A GIFT FROM GOD, NOT AN ITEM YOU PICK UP AT A LOCAL STORE, YOU HAVE TO LIVE WITH YOUR OWN SELF IF YOU SELL THEM. NOW DONATING, THAT's DIFFERENT, I GIVE BLOOD AND WOULD NOT TAKE A PENNY FOR IT, NOW HERE IS THE FLIP SIDE, IF YOU HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER WHO DONATES THEIR ORGANS THAT's FINE, DONATE, KEY WORD, JUST LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE WORLD TODDAY WITH SOME MANY WRONG DECISIONS, TODAY, FOR ME PRAYER IN SCHOOL REMOVED, PRAYER BEFORE MEALS, WHERE DO WE DRAW THE LINE? WHO IS...

NO, THEY ARE A GIFT FROM GOD, NOT AN ITEM YOU PICK UP AT A LOCAL STORE, YOU HAVE TO LIVE WITH YOUR OWN SELF IF YOU SELL THEM. NOW DONATING, THAT's DIFFERENT, I GIVE BLOOD AND WOULD NOT TAKE A PENNY FOR IT, NOW HERE IS THE FLIP SIDE, IF YOU HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER WHO DONATES THEIR ORGANS THAT's FINE, DONATE, KEY WORD, JUST LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE WORLD TODDAY WITH SOME MANY WRONG DECISIONS, TODAY, FOR ME PRAYER IN SCHOOL REMOVED, PRAYER BEFORE MEALS, WHERE DO WE DRAW THE LINE? WHO IS TO JUDGE, I JUST PRAY AND ASK GOD FOR THE ANSWER AND GUIDANCE, MY OPINION ONLY!

Carla M Lynch-Pledger
Carla M Lynch-Pledger
  • Bronwyn Shivers

I truly feel the same way as you. Thanks for your comment.

Jade Kachina
Jade Kachina

Donating an organ can lead to a myriad of health complications that may not even surface until years after an individual goes through with the operations. Donors should not have to suffer financially because they volunteered (out of the goodness of their own hearts) to save another individual's life. They should receive subsidized health care coverage at the very least to ensure that they do not suffer for their altruism.

Venkatasamy Ramakrishna

It is the most noble action to save a life, or make someone's life worth living.

Bazz N Kezz
Bazz N Kezz

it is a gift we(as people of the human race) can give to our fellow loved ones. I am not saying we need to know the who in the scheme of thing receive the organs. just that it is a gift from the heart. from someone who cannot be there but cares enought for there fellow human beings to do the right thing.

Trish Purcell
Trish Purcell

The questions in this poll are too black and white to answer. For once, before we even consider allowing such a change, it should be thoroughly thought through by people who are capable of "what if" thinking. Regulations and restrictions should be implemented at the time it is approved if it is approved. This habit we have of implementing something and then running around like crazy slapping bandaids on all the unintended consequences is crazy. And with something as important as selling human organs we cannot afford to do it that way.

Deanie Blair Rameas
Deanie Blair Rameas

My son was a police officer who died in the line of duty. We donated organs, corneas, bones, tissues, ligaments and skin. We didn't want nor expect any money for them. He had health insurance, but we were still left with many expenses from the hospital. This I don't think should be. If your. Willing to give and they receive payment from the recipients then that should be more than enough monetary compensation.

Paula Pederson
Paula Pederson

I don't see it as a monetary payment if it comes in the form of medical card credit. I don't know anyone personally waiting for an organ. You can help people waiting and those getting credit could be someone who cant afford health care for some unrelated problem. There is already a black market for organs. Using the
medical card solution I don't believe will enhance the black market but could enhance life for those waiting and those giving.

Abolnour Ashraf
Abolnour Ashraf

I said No,it might lead to a black market,there is no legal black market,all are illegal

Mike Richardson
Mike Richardson

It's a choice of personel preference I believe it depends on circumstances and who is receiving the organ.

Rita O'Meara
Rita O'Meara

No because this is a gift of love ...no amount of money could replace this love.

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