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that the patients and their family might go once the society talks of how they received kidney at free cost. Part Four Final Observation My final observation from this discussion is based on Michael Sandel’s point of view on the society categorizing organ donation process as an argument for corruption as well as argument from consequence. I do not understand why the society makes organ donation a big issue. I believe that it is better to save a life rather than watching people die whereas the community has the capability to restore lives of kidney patients. Michael’s argument, corruption proceeds from the belief that donors perhaps society at will be diminished. Therefore, he stated that if organs are given in substitute for something of material value, some individuals will become dignity. I view this information as valid, although in every activity there is the negative part of how human beings desire to obtain wealth as well as greedy of off it. Part Five Conclusion In summary, altruism is an attractive concept, which makes the idea of removing an organ from an individual and implants it to another person as a palatable idea. Conversely, the problem with such platform of attempting to gain legitimacy through altruism is that people concede altruism donation is the only solution for organ procurement. According to Salomon (2015), the National Organ Transplant Act suggests that altruism does not resolve organ demand instead it increase transplant-donation gap due to the black market trades in the organ. Even if selflessness frequently encourages relatives as well as friends to donate a kidney to their loved ones, strangers more often than not need stronger incentive if they relinquish an organ. Moreover, compensation for organ donation encourages thousands of new donors to
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BUSINESS 5 donate; hence, increasing the national supply of kidney while reducing the needless deaths as well as sufferings during dialysis. I tend to agree with Satel’s discussion on how a government-regulated, compensation- based system for living kidney donors ought to be formatted. It is by having government- regulated bodies; for instance, health insurance, tax credits among others to compensate people that are willing to donate a kidney to a strangers. By having the government pays the donors, they will be ready to grant as the government can afford enough money compared to patients that might not be financially stable or may refuse to compensate the donor once the patient recovers. Since, compensation is provided by the government, which is the third party, patients in need of a kidney, despite their income are able to benefit.
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  • Spring '11
  • Raskin
  • Psychology, Chronic kidney disease

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