Unvaxxed woman denied lung transplant

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  • Fri, Sep 03, 2021 - 06:16pm

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    Chanah

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    Unvaxxed woman denied lung transplant

Oh, Canada. Story here: https://www.jccf.ca/patient-threatened-with-withdrawal-of-life-saving-surgery-unless-she-gets-covid-shot/

  • Fri, Sep 03, 2021 - 06:25pm

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First, do no harm.
Unless in the name of scientism.

  • Fri, Sep 03, 2021 - 06:31pm

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Wow!  This story clearly demonstrates the real agenda of what’s going on under the guise of the vaccine shot.  So now the stakes for denying the shot is death?  Of course this goes along with being denied the right? to buy groceries or gas, or ride on any kind of public transportation, in other words to live life and exist in the world?

This kind of attitude is nihilistic and sociopathic.  It is worse than psychosis.

  • Fri, Sep 03, 2021 - 09:49pm

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Can you spell discrimination boys and girls. However, they have always had policies to not give organs to people that will either abuse them or they think will have low chance of survival.  this is their position.    So yeah.   So, if you are going to die without your lungs, maybe a jab is an option.   You might buy yourself 6 mos – or you may lose what little time you have left.

In the end of the day, I believe the organ donor should be able to specify who gets those organs – and if had a loved one dying right now – and could donate – I would throw in their faces and say only for non vaccinated people recipients.

It shall not be up to the hospital.   I think that I would argue it in court and say you are ok with those rules if the donor or family was given the choice of that decision.

  • Sat, Sep 04, 2021 - 02:39am   (Reply to #4)

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  1. Time to burn my organ donor card. I’m not going to be used to coerce desperate people into getting an experimental treatment.
  • Sat, Sep 04, 2021 - 09:57am   (Reply to #4)

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    Ubermeister

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Control of donated organs is jealously guarded by these “altruistic” organizations.

I enrolled my family in “Life Sharers” (I think that is the correct name)  years ago. Life Sharers was a not-for-profit, organized so that the member’s organs would be prioritized for other Life Sharer members who were waiting for organs. In other words, by planning ahead and agreeing in advance to donate your organs, you would be in the early-admission line should you need an organ.

Nope, not altruistic enough, the organization was harassed and no longer exists. Now only the best people make the decisions of who is most deserving. If you want to donate your organs to help others, you must submit to the values of our betters in who the recipients should be, just like in China. I don’t know of any other option. If you do, please post. I’m interested.

  • Sat, Sep 04, 2021 - 12:42pm

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If you specified anything about who your salvageable organs should go to in your will it would legally have to be honored. Whoever was the executor of your estate would see to it.

I’m guessing most people never considered that they might disagree about who is chosen to receive their organs—I hadn’t before now—so they just sign a general donor card.

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