Religious Education, Environmental and Medical Issues 2.9

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What is Transplant Surgery? This involves using body parts form one person, dead or alive to replace body parts in someone else. The most Common are: Kidney, Liver, Lungs, Heart and heart valves, Corneas, blood and bone marrow, tissues and Pancreas. The Advantages are: Organ Transplants make use of Organs that may go to waste, It gives the opportunity to help people and their loved ones after their death, It gives tremendous relief to the person and their loved ones. The Disadvantages are: It is very expansive and limited, It gives questions about when a person is dead, Should a person be kept alive or die for the…


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