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A Mind Interrupted

No, You Can’t Have My Organs When I Die

Organ Donation — Why I Opted Out

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Here in the United Kingdom, a law came in that everyone is automatically entered onto the organ donation register, but as soon as I got the notification, I asked them to remove me.

It used to be that we had to opt-in to be on the register, but I guess they didn’t have enough people signing up and so they turned it around and made it that…




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