5 Discoveries That Will Change The Future of Organ Transplants

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PurpleMonkey
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As a 16 year old who's had 2 liver transplants, this makes me very excited. Those of you Bible thumpers who say "We shouldn't be playing God." and such non-sense, you have no right. You probably have not had a transplant, much less two in less then 10 years. I waited over 15 months for my second liver. Waiting for a life-saving surgery like a transplant is bad enough, but when you're told that you don't know when you'll get it, it makes it even worse. So, spare me the religious nonsense and support this advancement in medical technology. Read up on rejection of transplanted organs, and realize that organs created from a persons own cells will NOT cause rejections.

frissorajo
frissorajo

@PurpleMonkey Sorry to say the truth but:


People HAVE to get sick and pass away. Of all ages. There has to be a population control. If we can now print organs and severely lower the death number. If we do that then we will pass our carrying capacity. Not only pass it but we could severely exceed the limit and that would cause a catastrophic population down fall. Playing God will get us in huge trouble. Im sorry to hear that you need surgery, but the truth is that, synthetic organs are a bad thing.

misuanan
misuanan

Morons, the lot of you. Come on people, let's give Alexandra Sifferlin her props. Is there no end to Body Rejection of Transplants's face-saving measures? Spare us the charade for pity's sake! I am sick to death of them riding rough-shod over http://edit-my-papers.com/essay-editing

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dantonstl
dantonstl

that is nasty. Can we just have a supreme court decision to have adult lungs put in our pre pubescent daughter so she can live one more week, but with these stitches and stuff before the experiment and previous regulations revolving around transplants can JUSTIFY why They just wanna see or TRY themselves, for the sakes of heartache and the sakes of torturous turmoil, please? overturn it, so the decisions can go back in tact?

meddevguy
meddevguy

I help invent medical devices and applaud technical advances that have the potential of ending lists of people waiting for transplants. However, today there are lists -- and recent events throw a chilling pall on the situation:

On the first page there is a tale of judge overriding the medical system -- No matter how compelling the story or recipient, a hired gun lawyer used our legal system to win the biggest prize of all -- life -- for his client. Couple that with recent revelations that our government used the justice and tax systems to punish political opponents and you have governments deciding who lives and dies based on whether the patient will vote for them. Harsh? maybe, but I didn't do the DOJ and IRS things -- they did.

It gets better -- we are talking about fantastically expensive growing technologies when previews of ObamaCare are disallowing even rudimentary, non-invasive medical imaging. Does anybody really believe that these medical advances are going to be encouraged when lower costs and including more voters gets or keeps governments in office? Who exactly is going to pay for this stuff?

But it does make a great story.

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KountyKobbler
KountyKobbler

As an End Stage Renal disease patient   that has qualified for a possible Kidney transplant  some day   it looks promising  at times and terrifying  at others  This life is supposed to be Temporary and the Learning grounds for  the return to the Father that gave all spirits life.That is the challenge for all that live and breath  at this time..