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Do you think it's fair for someone to use their high profile -- like Eugene Melnyk -- to find an organ donor?

Comments

Yes:
Yes: wait til you have cancer then see what you would do for a cure
No:
Yes:
No: Absolutely not. No ones life is more important than another. Regardless of wealth or stature we all live and we all die.
Yes: We need to make it so those who DO NOT want to donate have to say so. This would increase donor rates nicely.
No:
Yes: Why not? He is not paying anyone to donate AND he has helped raise the profile of recipients in need of donors.
Yes:
Yes:
Yes: If its a matter of life or death you pull out all the stops.
Yes: YOU NEED TO DO WHAT YOU CAN TO STAY ALIVE ,ANYONE OF US WOULD DO THIS IF YOU WERE IN HIS SHOES ,I BET HE HAS DONATED $$$$ OVER THE YEARS YO HELP OTHERS , NOW ITS TIME TO HELP HIMSELF.
No:
Undecided:
No:
Yes: I am sure if your life was in jeopardy; that you would use all the means available in the media to locate rather than wait on government to do the job for you.
No:
Undecided: Our health care system promotes equal access; however, we all know people of influence who create employment for the rest of us, or, who pass our laws, receive priority. This keeps the economy functioning. He may have paid a lot of money into the health
Yes: High profile cases like this raises donor awareness, and sometimes if the potential donor is not a match, they will still go ahead and donate the organ to someone already on the waiting list, cutting down on the wait time, and possibly saving that person'
Yes:


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