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The Case for Mandatory Organ Donation

The Case for Mandatory Organ Donation

Now some leading ethicists and doctors are re-examining the principle of informed consent in government organ-donor programs, arguing that harvesting from cadavers should be a routine procedure just like autopsies in murder investigations.

If there's no afterlife, then who cares about what happens to your body? Why waste millions of perfectly good organs which could help the living? Again, we see how afterlife belief leads to the desire for 'bodily sanctity' and prevents the alleviation of terrible suffering.


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