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Gay Teen’s Eyes Rejected For Organ Donation

11 months agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

A gay teen’s eyes were rejected for organ donation by the Food and Drug Administration because of his sexual orientation. The teen, Alexander “AJ” Betts, attempted suicide in July 2013 and died shortly after. His mother, Sheryl Moore, said he was outed as gay about a year and a half before his death. Betts requested

Gay Teen’s Organ Donation Rejected

Alexander Betts attempted suicide in July, 2013, and died soon after. He wanted to be an organ donor. While is heart went to a 14-year-old, his eyes were rejected. A Food and Drug Administration’s guidance for donor eligibility says men who have had sex with men in the past five years “should” be ruled as [...]

Organ donations on the rise among Latinos at County-USC Medical Center

11 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Latinos who die at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center are donating organs for transplantation at increasing rates, according to a new study.

Aggressive outreach increases organ donation among Hispanic Americans

Bottom Line: An outreach campaign that included local media and culturally sensitive educational programs in targeted neighborhoods was associated with an increase in consent rates for organ donation among Hispanic Americans in the Los...Show More Summary

Death of 7-year-old donor helps save at least 4 lives in Xiamen

11 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The organs of a seven-year-old boy who passed away in Xiamen on July 29 are now helping save the lives of at least four other patients, according to the Red Cross Organ Donation Office. [ more › ]

NY falls short of national average in organ donation

A study from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield showed 22% of New York adults in the donor registry, compared with 48% nationally. The study also said 539 New Yorkers died awaiting a transplant last year while others became too sick and ineligible.

Physicians Have Higher Rate of Organ Donation Registration than General Public

A study that included about 15,000 physicians found that they were more likely to be registered as an organ donor compared to the general public, according to a study in the July 16 issue of JAMA.

Physicians have higher rate of organ donation registration than general public

A study that included about 15,000 physicians found that they were more likely to be registered as an organ donor compared to the general public, according to a study in the July 16 issue of JAMA. read more

A Major Scientific Breakthrough Could Save The Lives Of People Who Need Organs

One of the biggest problems with organ donation is availability. People will sit on waiting lists for months before getting the organ they need to survive. Now the BBC is reporting a potentially huge scientific breakthrough. It's a technique...Show More Summary

Our ‘Hot Cheetos And Takis’ Kids Are Back With A New Jam And A Mess Of Controversy

I think the only solution to this whole issue is that more people and organizations donate more money to this program, which takes place at the Y, so that funds can not only be redistributed back into the program so more kids can partake, but these pint-sized stars can also start saving some money for college. Show More Summary

Soccer Club's Organ Donation Campaign Reduces Waiting List To Zero

last yearSports : Deadspin

For two years, Brazilian side Sport Club Recife has urged fans to sign up as organ donors. The BBC catches up with the campaign, and it's working better than anyone could have hoped. Read more...

China still targeting and murdering religious minorities for illegal organ ‘donations’: Expert

by Tony Gosgnach TORONTO, May 30, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – China’s forced organ harvesting program, which particularly victimizes practitioners of the Falun Gong spiritual discipline, is continuing unabated, says a prominent Canadian human rights lawyer. David Matas spoke Wednesday evening at the University…

'Grey's Anatomy' is Hurting Organ Donation

Dylan Matthews, Vox: About 18 people die every day waiting for organ donations. There are a lot of potential ways to reduce the shortage of organs, but under current law the easiest is probably persuading people to register as donors in case of death. Show More Summary

Is ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Hurting Organ Donation Rates?

It’s hard not to love the show, with its complex and sometimes-melodramatic plot and its rich cast of characters, but a recent study has concluded that Grey’s Anatomy might have an attitude problem that’s rubbing off on its fans. The paper, first published in Communication Research, concluded that as a show, Grey’s Anatomy “depicts doctors

Nova Scotia considers presumed consent for organ donation

by Colin Kerr HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, April 25, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) –– The Nova Scotia Health Minister stated on Thursday that the province is considering reversing its organ donation procedure to one that presumes consent of the deceased, something one expert has said “would give more power to…

The Power of Organ Donation That Saved My Son's Life

At 16 years old, I went to the DMV to get my license. I checked the box to be an Organ and Tissue donor and I used a woman behind me in line as my witness. It was a no brainer for me, a decision I made on the spot without hesitation. Who...Show More Summary

To be an organ donor, specific attitudes trump general support, study finds

Most Americans say they support the idea of organ donation, yet fewer than half of eligible donors ever register, national polls show. That may be because supporting a good cause doesn’t mean people will take action. However, people are more likely to sign up if they have positive attitudes specifically about registering as a donor, according to research.

To be an organ donor, specific attitudes trump general support, study finds

WASHINGTON -- Most Americans say they support the idea of organ donation, yet fewer than half of eligible donors ever register, national polls show. That may be because supporting a good cause doesn't mean people will take action. However,...Show More Summary

Paralyzed Man Heard Docs Discuss Organ Donation

A stroke patient lying paralysed in a hospital listened in horror as doctors discussed organ donation with his family after telling them he would not survive. Jimi Fritze, 43, heard every word but couldn't protest because he was unable to speak. Show More Summary

Paralyzed Stroke Victim Listened Helplessly as Doctors Discussed Organ Donation

Here is yet another cautionary tale for patients who are organ donors, where doctors may too quickly began cutting up patients who are not really dead to begin harvesting their organs for donations. These kinds of cases have happened before, as supposedly “brain dead” patients have come back to life just before having their vital […]

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