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Harvesting Live Donors?

KenHiggs Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 5:07 AM
Many patients declared "brain-dead" have later spontaneously revived and lived. See www.OrganFacts.net Zach Dunlap, a 21 year old Oklahoma man, was "feeling pretty good" 4 months after diagnosis as "brain dead". He later revived only moments before surgery. Steven Thorpe, 17 year old Warwickshire youth, was declared "brain dead" in 2008, but made an unexpected recovery. Rae Kupferschmidt, 65 year old Minnesota woman, suffered massive cerebral haemorrhage in 2008, was diagnosed as "brain dead" but later revived. Gloria Cruz, 56 year old Northern Territory woman, was declared "brain dead" in 2011, only to revive 3 days later. Survivor cases prove "brain death" is medical fallacy, invented to allow organ removal from living patients.
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Harvesting Live Donors?

KenHiggs Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 9:28 PM
Save your life... Organ donation is built on the premise that, once you are dead, you no longer need your organs. What the organ harvesters fail to tell you is that organ donors are not cold cadavers when their vital, unpaired organs (like heart, lungs and liver) are removed. They are still physically alive, with beating hearts pumping oxygenated blood through their still respirating lungs and body. Removal of vital organs causes real death. Furthermore, many patients declared "brain dead" have recovered, so it is not real death. http://www.OrganFacts.net
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