EYE DONATION- A NOBLE ACT, WITH AN ADDED RESPONSIBILITY
- S BALACHANDRAN, CGM, SBT
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The World Health Organisation is warning of an alarming rise in the illegal trade in human organs, saying around ten percent of transplant procedures involve organs that have been bought on the black market.
The latest estimates show that organ traffic
EFFECTS OF ORGAN DONATION
FACTS ABOUT ORGAN DONATION
* Like any surgery, after the donation procedure, the wound is closed and no visible mark is present as a tell-tale sign of the surgery.
* The organs are removed only after the patient is declared brain dead and within 12 to 24 hours, the
Organ Donation Pros and Cons
Organ donation is a noble act that makes a positive difference to the lives of many people by enabling them to lead a longer and a healthful life. Here's a bit about the pros and cons of donating vital organs and tissues of one's body.
As an organ donor,
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Organ donation is a compassion
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Organ donation is defined as the act of giving one's organs or tissue to anther person. The process is very simple but can vary from state to state. Some states ask people if they would like to put their approval for organ donation on their driver's license and some have an offici
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