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katiesid 9h
I honestly can't comprehend how people would rather their organs decomposed in the ground rather than save a life 😨
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saiqa hussain 10h
should be a choice. U wouldn't take an organ from a living person without permission then what gives anyone the right to take an organ when the person dies it's violation of their living human rights and beliefs and disrespect of their deceased body it's wrong
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Kayleigh 6h
I just do not understand how anyone would not want to be an organ donor. If you're dead - you don't need them, and you could save someone else's life. There is no question
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Orla Tinsley 20h
Today I am nine weeks post Transplant and thinking of my donor. Today I said goodbye to my o2 collection. Here is just 5 day and worth not including overnight. Bye bye, baby!
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Lucy Connor Feb 19
my daughters life was saved in January 2006 when she had x2 Liver Transplants aged 5. This year she’ll turn 18 & that’s Thanks to an amazing family who said yes to
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AngryBritain.com 6h
‘We’re sorry Mrs Smith, but your husband has died. We’re now harvesting his organs, because he didn’t opt out. We’ll give you what’s left so you can bury him. Take a seat’
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fleetstreetfox 5h
I am all for people opting out of if they don't like the idea. So long as that means they also opt out of receiving one if they need it.
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AngryBritain.com 6h
Am I the only one who thinks it’s outrageous that it appears to be about to become law that the Government will effectively own your corpse from birth, unless you opt out? What sort of Orwellian nightmare are we living in exactly?
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UK House of Commons 7h
MPs are debating the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill, which aims to change organ donation in England to an ‘opt-out’ system. Watch
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Dan Jarvis 20h
Tomorrow in we have the chance to change the law to an system for . It's a move that will save many lives. RT if you're with us ♥️
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This Morning 6h
Could England's system be about to change? , who is on the waiting list for a heart transplant, says she hopes MPs will do the ‘right thing'...
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Sue Crocombe 6h
Whether we have an or an system for I wonder if the general public realise that after death, consent is needed from your next of kin & they can say NO ?
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Libby Wiener 4h
Opt-out system for organ donation backed by Government - Minister says could save 200 lives a year
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The BMA Feb 20
MPs will have the opportunity to change the system and save lives this Friday. Ask yours to take action with our easy email form:
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Paula Sherriff MP 19h
I'll be in Parliament to support this bill tomorrow. It's the right thing to do
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Angela Rayner 6h
Very proud to watch colleagues across political parties speaking in Parliament today supporting Bill. Well done to & campaigners across U.K. & all MPs supporting Geoffrey Robinson MPs bill.
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Mylene Vellay 5h
Give me one good reason why you shouldn't...
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Liz McInnes 4h
Unanimous approval for bill at second reading so no need to go to a vote. Whilst this bill progresses through Parliament you can sign up now to become an organ donor - I’ve just done it and it takes two minutes - just go to:
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5News 4h
This girl saved the lives of eight people when she died aged 13 - she donated her organs so others could live. Jemima’s mum says it's "remarkable" that she's living on and wants others to become donors too. | | | |
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BHF 2h
Today a Bill in favour of an ‘opt out’ system in England was passed, meaning everyone would be registered as an organ donor unless they state otherwise:
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