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Donate Life;Make it Compulsory    Isabella Rounsevell
What?                 Make Organ                  Donating                 Compulsory Terrorists think they are doing the ...
Who Does It Effect?It Could Be    A sibling              A FriendAnyone;                    A parent              You
SomeStatistics…
Why?           • People Die Everyday  Some of these people could live longer, ifothers organs were donated. Why should the...
Possible Donations
If we make organ donating compulsory, what             have we to lose?Whatever it is, what we have to gain is much more; ...
Anyone Can Save A LifeMadeline Rose Rounsevell
Thank You
Bibliography            • www.monkeymagico.deviantart.com                     • www.google.com                 • www.donat...
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I did this for an English Project. Might be interested in it, fabulous topic to discuss/debate. Sorry if offend anyone. I have a... forcefull way of presenting my argument/s.

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  • Message is good, but for an English project, way too many grammatical and spelling errors. Non profits must strive to always be 100% credible, and these problems detract from your message. Still nice to see people standing up for this, well done.
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  • Good afternoon everyone. The topic I’ve chosen to discuss today is Organ Donations and Transplants; specifically, making it mandatory/legal for organs to be donated after a natural cause of death. I’ve chosen this topic as I had a younger sister who died when I was eight, and her organs were donated to a young girl called Olivia in Sydney. Olivia received my sisters, Madeline Rose, kidney on her 1st birthday. Since then, I have had an interest in this matter, and believe that people like Olivia should have a second chance to live.
  • Good afternoon everyone. The topic I’ve chosen to discuss today is Organ Donations and Transplants; specifically, making it mandatory/legal for organs to be donated after a natural cause of death. I’ve chosen this topic as I had a younger sister who died when I was eight, and her organs were donated to a young girl called Olivia in Sydney. Olivia received my sisters, Madeline Rose, kidney on her 1st birthday. Since then, I have had an interest in this matter, and believe that people like Olivia should have a second chance to live.
  • If you had a sibling, parent or other close relative, or even you that was slowly dying waiting in hope for the call that would save their life; but it never arrived. 1 person dies every 3 seconds, and you or your loved one dies; you’re just another 1 every three seconds. Because someone, for reasons such as belief and religion, was cremated or buried with their organs; the organs that could of saved your life. It takes half an hour to sign some forms, to save someone’s life.
  • 337 people in the year 2011 lost their lives, but donated their organs and saved 1,001 people. 337 people out of the 143,500 recorded deaths. One donator, just one person, can save the lives of 10 or more people Each year, about 1700 people are on the donation lists, and only approximately 1000 receive the organs they need; that leaves 700 people. 700 people, because someone who has passed away, couldn’t be bothered with the forms, or believed that they needed their organs when they died; they needed the organs when they were buried six feet under, or cremated.
  • 337 people in the year 2011 lost their lives, but donated their organs and saved 1,001 people. 337 people out of the 143,500 recorded deaths. One donator, just one person, can save the lives of 10 or more people Each year, about 1700 people are on the donation lists, and only approximately 1000 receive the organs they need; that leaves 700 people. 700 people, because someone who has passed away, couldn’t be bothered with the forms, or believed that they needed their organs when they died; they needed the organs when they were buried six feet under, or cremated.
  • Organ transplants were first put into practice around 1963 after medical advances made kidney transplants an effective treatment, for problems such as kidney fail. From then, advances have continued so that the following organs can be donated and transplanted:Eyes/CorneasLungsHeart and Heart ValvesLiverKidneysPancreasIntestinesFemoral and Saphenous VeinsSkinBoneTendons
  • In making organ donation compulsory after a person has passed away, we will save more lives. But, I also think the waiting list should not always be put in order of first in best dressed. If a person requiring an organ has had a history of drug abuse, smoking nicotine, obesity or alcohol abuse, they should be put down on the list, and the fitter or younger person should have the privilege of getting the necessary organ/s.
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    1. 1. Donate Life;Make it Compulsory Isabella Rounsevell
    2. 2. What? Make Organ Donating Compulsory Terrorists think they are doing the right thing,because of their beliefs, and they kill thousands of people. That isn’t ok, why is this?
    3. 3. Who Does It Effect?It Could Be A sibling A FriendAnyone; A parent You
    4. 4. SomeStatistics…
    5. 5. Why? • People Die Everyday Some of these people could live longer, ifothers organs were donated. Why should they not get another chance?
    6. 6. Possible Donations
    7. 7. If we make organ donating compulsory, what have we to lose?Whatever it is, what we have to gain is much more; it’s an amazing journey, a second chance, an adventure - Its called life
    8. 8. Anyone Can Save A LifeMadeline Rose Rounsevell
    9. 9. Thank You
    10. 10. Bibliography • www.monkeymagico.deviantart.com • www.google.com • www.donatelife.gov.au/• http://gulfshoressteven.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/the-if- and-the-i-do-sermon-for-sixth-sunday-after-epiphany-b- feb-12-2012-on-mark-140-45/• http://fineartamerica.com/featured/black-and-white-tree- silhouette-linda-weyers.html• http://www.tutorialchip.com/inspiration/heart-touching- black-and-white-photography-50-inspirational-examples/
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