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What is Transplant Tourism?

Transplant tourism is a new and shady concern on the global level. It is a practice in which rich foreigners are given the opportunity to buy any organ they so please and have it transplanted into them with little more then an exchange of a large sum of money. The concern comes when one has to think about where these organs are coming from and why they are on the market.



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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2012, 09:55:06 AM »
The Legal Ramifications

Organ tourism is often illegal in the countries it's practiced in. There are good reasons for this. For one when a person decides to donate an organ they must go through a slew of health and type tests to make sure the said organ is fit and healthy enough to function in another person. Also these organs are taken from either living people or people who are coming to an end in their life anyway. Organs aren't taken from individuals who have a high risk of needing it in the future. Furthermore in most countries organs are illegal to buy for the simple reason that the rich should not be given special treatment. A peasant with organ failure is no less sick then a wealthy person nor any less deserving.

Because these activities are often illegal at least one party involved usually ends up financially burned. Donors are often peasants desperate for money to keep their homes or continue on their lives. These people are lured in with the promise of being paid for said organ, sometimes as much as ten grand but few ever see a cent. On the other side are the transplantees who are sometimes lured to foreign countries where all their cash is taken when there really isn't an organ to be transplanted. The practice brings forth all sorts of unseemly individuals.



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The Social Ramifications

Many people are turned down every year for organ transplants because they are a bad risk. These people often turn to desperate means to secure an organ. Where this is money there is always a way. In cases where there is only one organ in the human body to be donated (for instance the heart) the donor must die to give the organ. In the United States and other first world countries this is only done when an individual is either dying or completely brain dead with no hope of recovery. In a less fortunate country people could be kidnapped and killed for their organs, or taken to be vivisected as payment for bets gone bad. The death of innocents is usually condemned as rumor but it's hard to say that it isn't true when peasants routinely disappear in areas where organ agents are searching for fresh meat.

The poor often voluntarily give up an organ such as a kidney after being promised money. Rarely do they actually get any money and because the practice is illegal very few report to the police. In later life when these people find themselves needing an organ they'll find that they themselves have to wait on a legitimate list, sometimes until they die.

Is it right or ethical to take organs from the poor? Even if they are being paid, is it right? What happens to them afterwards, after they are kicked out of the hospital? What happens if one of their children or family members needs the organ they already gave up? Is it right for the rich to have special treatment merely because they're rich?

Sometimes organs are taken from legitimate lists and given to foreigners who can afford to pay before the organ can reach someone in the same country who direly needs it. Is this ethical?


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« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2012, 09:56:22 AM »
Cloning the End of Transplant Tourism?

On January 15, 2008, the first cloned rat heart started beating on it's own outside of any body. The heart was created using the aid of stem cells and beats at 2% the capacity of a normal rat heart. Still, the fact it beats at all without any help is a spectacular discovery. It's not to much to think that in the future human organs may be able to be grown in the laboratory and kept on stock for whoever may need a replacement part. If this happens then there will be no need for donors or transplant tourism. Everyone would theoretically be treated equally as for the first time we'd have an abundance of organs to go around.


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« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2012, 10:17:38 AM »
Y man tourism tawag ani? Tourist diay ang pasyente hehehe  ;D

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« Reply #5 on: March 24, 2012, 12:04:43 PM »
no question.  it's unethical.  i shudder at the thought that healthy people from poor countries are kidnapped and killed for their spare parts.  unsa man tawon ni sila, unsa man tawon ta, auto?  maayo pa gani ang auto kay di patyon.         
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« Reply #6 on: March 24, 2012, 12:12:47 PM »

it's true.  patients are treated as tourists.  this looks like an offshoot of medical tourism.  i read up a target plan of a certain government agency of ours; it includes medical tourism, with named hospitals like st. luke's, makati medical center, heart center, and others that are 'enrolled'.  it means they are accredited hospitals where medical tourists go straight and everything, from airport arrival to hospital check-in, insurance payments, etc., is already arranged.  nothing is mentioned about organ transplant, naturally. 

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« Reply #7 on: March 24, 2012, 12:19:27 PM »
this institutionalization of medical tourism in our country is actually good for our economy.  tourists are a source of revenue, so if some come for the chocolate hills, why not others for our hospitals? 

we have some of the world's best medical practitioners, but so far thailand, singapore and india still beat us in medical tourism.  heaven forbid that we end up with a reputation as a good source of human organs for transplants, like india.


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« Reply #8 on: March 24, 2012, 12:23:18 PM »

Absolutely, Isles. The Philippines is known for its excellent medical schools and superior medical systems such as St. Lukes', Manila General Hospital, Cebu Doctors, Iloilo Doctors etc.

Our country graduates high caliber Doctors, Pharmacists, and Nurses. The Head of Surgery at the hospital I am doing rotations in is a graduate of University of the East College of Medicine. The Head of Psychiatry is a graduate of Southwestern University College of Medicine; she is a Cebuana and presides over some 20 American M.Ds who work under her. ;)
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« Reply #9 on: March 24, 2012, 03:54:17 PM »

Hmm,pwede pud and donor maoy himoong tourist...





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« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2012, 03:55:14 PM »

Side effect ra kuno ang pagpatay... :P


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« Reply #11 on: March 24, 2012, 03:57:58 PM »

I hope we are not yet there, and never will be...




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