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When the person is declared brain dead?
Bonnie1934 Bonnie1934 56-60, F 16 Answers Jan 17 in Community

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No. That is a slippery slope.

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No I think if that was done there would be a lot of unscrupulous people makeing money out of it

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I always have that nagging doubt that if I'm laying there with half the chance for survival,and by possible chance the surgeons family friend is in that same hospital needing one of my organs real bad. What happens then?

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"Bonnie,"thank you for the best answer,I really appreciate it You are probably in bed by now,so *sweat dreams* and take care.

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no.

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No, never! End of story!!!

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you have to respect the dead they still have rights i have donated my body and all of whats inside

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No. Someone should have power of attorney and it'll be their decision.

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Once they are pronounced dead, that no longer applies. Been through it.

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Nope, that's why I have signed up as a donor - to take that decision away from somebody else.

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I will if someone needed it when I die!😱

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i think they should only harvest it if the family consent... im sure i would be pissed if they didnt get my permission but if the owner did approve of it than ill let it go

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Never. When the person is dead though, by all means, chop it up!

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owner who owns the corpse, no.

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yes : unless explicitely specified otherwise

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Nope.

I want to leave with as many origanl parts as I can.

Might need em later.

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