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Jen Vander Els – Why in the world are you angry that there are standards for who receives organs? There is a limited supply. So there logically exist regulations on who gets them. As a nurse, Dr. Seuss I will teach tiny humans here or there I will teach tiny humans everywhere shirt I’ve watched (literally, seen them go) people die for lack of available organs and I’ve seen other lives saved by them. None of these people were mad there are standards. A much more feasible way to make this a law would be those for whom had been a registered organ donor for so many years would move up on the list. With the exclusion of children since most people don’t register until they get a license.
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Jen Vander Els The quote does make sense if you think about it. Dr. Seuss, I will teach tiny humans here or there I will teach tiny humans everywhere shirt I didn’t cement my stance on the subject, I just stated something that was indisputable. It is fair. However, I also recognized that the world isn’t black and white. That it is a circumstantial subject that cant has a correct answer that will please everyone. To you, that may seem like I am “backing away”, but I am certainly not. Courtney – read my comments again then. You missed a lot. You’re a nurse – can everyone donate? No. My aunt was signed up but not one single one of her organs were accepted because they were riddled with cancer. I can’t donate blood, I don’t want to tell you why and since your not actually my nurse I won’t.
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None of my gay friends can donate, should they be banned from receiving blood if they were in an accident? Every time there’s a school or work blood drive there are people who are bullied and humiliated by people like Joel who think they’re just being cowards. I don’t see how you could protect people from that behavior if Joel’s brilliant policy idea went into place. This moron wanted a hard and fast rule that if you aren’t signed up to donate you shouldn’t be eligible to receive. That’s different from “standards” – that’s just an unrealistic and abusive idea of what policies look like. And I stand by tearing Joel down because he started extreme, he made rapid assumptions about my personal life, and when I challenged his assumptions he tried to pretend it wasn’t that serious. Someone like that shouldn’t be listened to.