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  • 1. DEATH COMPENSATED DONATION
  • 2. Ethical questions about basic human values-The Rights to life and health- in the development of practices such as assisted suicide, abortion, gene therapy, etc. Investigation and a study of ways in which decisions in medicine and science touch upon our society and environment. Related to beliefs, the culture and thoughts of each person
  • 3. Abortion Artificial insemination Artificial life Assisted suicide Blood transfusion Cloning Euthanasia Exorcism Organ donation Organ transplant Reproductive rights Sperm and egg donation Suicide Transexuality Genetically modified organism
  • 4. The permanent cessation of all biological functions. CAUSES: biological aging, malnutrition, disease, suicide, murder and accidents or trauma resulting in terminal injury. Types of Death: Heart-Lung Failure Brain Death: The irreversible end of all brain activity Whole-Brain Death: without technological intervention, neither their heart nor their lungs will do anything. Higher Brain Death: the death of those parts of the brain responsible for consciousness and higher reasoning . In this case there is no ethical reason to keep the body alive.
  • 5. Organ transplantation is the moving of an organ from one body to another or from a donor site to another location on the patients own body. Nowadays, you can choose to donate your organs or not. Transplants save and transform lives; but the only way to get an organ is to take it from someone else, and this has produced a set of moral problems. As it occurs in keeping somebody alive trough the use of machines and technology, organ transplantation depends of our individual decisions, and of our thoughts.
  • 6. Questions 1- What is your opinion about people who donate their organs? Would you donate your organs to help someone else? 2-What would you do if you had to keep somebody alive artificially? Costoya; Hegel; Much & Vignolo.
  • 7. Questions 1- What is your opinion about people who donate their organs? Would you donate your organs to help someone else? 2-What would you do if you had to keep somebody alive artificially? Costoya; Hegel; Much & Vignolo.