As one bioethicist has observed in advocating for a mandatory choice model for living wills, "while all Americans should have a right to decide how they want their lives to end, it does not follow that they should be able to avoid confronting such a choice." One of the first considerations of mandated choice appeared in Great Britain's Gore Report, a 1989-1990 study funded by the British Department of Health.From 2011 all those applying for or renewing driving licences online in the UK are required to state whether they wished to donate their organs.I understand that my opponent wants this to happen upon death witch will develop into a flaw but i will get to that later, but i will post the definition below. I thank my opponent for accepting my debate challenge. Curbs illegal activity First of all, before I even proceed on to my contentions, I would like to counter some of the arguments that I have no doubt my opponent will raise.
This plan would require all adults to record their wishes about posthumous organ donation and would consider those wishes binding.I will be bringing forth 3 contentions arguing for why organ donation should be made mandatory. Would you rather leave a kidney in an 83 year old man, or save the life of a 7 year old boy?Furthermore, I have no doubt that my opponent will raise the point of religious tolerance, and how religions such as Hinduism do not allow the body to be tampered before cremation. Because of how dangerous driving a motorcycle can be.Last year, inspired by Richard Thaler’s column on organ donation, software developer Raymond Cheung designed an i Phone application to make becoming an organ donor in your home state as easy as a few slides and taps of the finger. Sadly, the New York Times reports on that the app has been downloaded fewer than 1,000 times – “lost in the sea of entertainment, sports and utility offerings that dominate Apple’s App Store…which is a shame for those who are interested in public health issues and those who are inclined to donate.” Indeed.The article’s writer signed up to be a donor through the app, which raised an interesting dilemma.