Organ donation, live or dead, for fun or profit

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Flagrantviolator, Mar 2, 2009.

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  1. Donate an organ for profit while living

  2. Donate an organ for free, while living for family only

  3. Donate after death anonymously

  4. Donate anonymously while living

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  1. What are your views on Organ donation>
    Forgot to put in " Do one, you bunch of ghouls! You'll have nothing of mine!"
  2. I had better be dead when they take mine or I will give them a surprise.
  3. I gave away a Hammond organ to the local fete. They seemed happy enough.
  4. Was that a Richard Hammond Organ?
  5. I used to believe in organ donation strongly,until i read a article that Donating after death that some of the organs which was given as a gift were given to private patients and money was being made out of it . i personally with drew my consent to stay on the organ donation register because of this .link
  6. Yes it was. I actually gave the fete his kidney. They were happy, he was not.

    Fuck off chubb. The ink is barely dry from your last banning.
  7. Has chubb got a new account?
  8. Link?
  9. Command_doh

    Command_doh LE Book Reviewer

    As you now know its Chubb, would you believe a word it says anyway?
  10. Here
  11. They are welcome to my lot once I,ve carked it, which by the way I,m feeling this morning, may not be too long. I have given most of them a good thrashing over my lifetime, so they are pretty well fecked. But they just might patch some old tramp up for a couple of years.
  12. Ahh.. I've been chubbed.... I feel kinda dirty....
  13. Quite a good 8-page thread on this already, here

    I'm fully in favour of an opt-out, rather than the current opt-in system. Re selling organs - on the one hand, your body, do what you like with it. On the other, a market in organs would presumably lead to a collapse in donations, and hence put the poor at a gross disadvantage.

    Irritatingly, Chubb is actually drivelling about a real story:

  14. I think it's brilliant that given the credit crunch and recession that 1/3 of the arrsers in the world are prepared to make a better life for themselves by selling their organs. given that you can only really give away a single kidney what organs are we prepared to sell and at what cost. I'd do a kidney for £192.18p You could have my left bollock for £200 and one of my curly teeth for 58p.