An article published in the renowned pages of British Medical Journal has accused doctors for not doing enough to boost the organ donation. It has been found that in most of the cases of family members of deceased cause hindrance in the organ donation.
While living many people desire to donate their organs after succumbing to death. But, family members don't allow the doctors to go ahead with the wishes of their loved one at the time of their death. According to the writers of the article, doctors fail to persuade the family members.
The author of the article, Dr. David Shaw stated that legislation is in the favor of the doctors. It states that if a person has registered himself or herself as organ donor then doctors after the death of the person can go ahead with the procedure without seeking the permission of the family members.
Dr. David Shaw further said that it is doctor's duty to pressurize the family members to go ahead with the wish of the dear one. An organ donation can help others to live. There are a large number of patients who succumb to death while waiting for organ donation. It is hoped that article would encourage doctors in boosting the organ donation.
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