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Human Kidney for sale from the most reliable medical experts in the world, and we can deliver it safely to your location in good condition still. Organ donation has always been regarded as an altruistic act. Thus all government, professional societies and ethics committees regard it as unethical to allow for sales of kidney. Altruism is implied that a person donates an organ (usually a kidney) without coercion and receiving any compensation including financial ones. Their only reward is satisfaction in their self-sacrificial action. Unfortunately there are not many altruistic persons around. Most organs for transplants come from brain dead or dead donors (cadaveric organ transplants). Very few living persons come forward as donors. The result is a scarcity of organs for transplants which results in thousands of deaths for want of organs.
The kidney has been chosen as the representative organ for a discussion on the sale of human body parts for one primary reason. It is the only transplantable organ, essential to life, that can be removed from another to save that life with very little effect on the provider.’ Organs such as the heart and liver are essential to life but can not be removed from a live provider,2 while organs such as the cornea are not essential to maintain life. Therefore, the kidney is the most vital organ that can be easily sold by a living individual.
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The waiting list medical system in the United State developed out of the National Organ Transplant Act in 1984, which established the Organ Transplant Network. The rules that govern the waiting list policy vary from patient to another. The patientpriority on the list depends on, medical importance, blood, size match with the donor, and time on the waiting list.Since last year 70,000 Americans are waiting for different kinds of organs, according to the United Network for Organ Sharing, which controls the national waiting list.Some people wait several years for a good match. According to the United Network for Organ Sharing, the average waiting time for an organ is three to five years, during that period of time a large number of patients dies before they get the chance to receive an organ. Some of these patients are waiting for a kidney or for livers, hearts and lungs, which mostly come from deceased donors.