Hi Cold And snow here,
Was reading the news this morning and this caught my eye. bbc.co.uk/news/health-35304105
On the face of it this seems innocuous enough , They want to limit the power of next of kin to refuse organ donation even if the person who died had consented at some point in his life.
I am a bit perturbed by this, After all organ and tissue banks are ran by private business for profit. Its not all about saving lives, Look at the scandals in some hospitals with taking tissue from a fetus without consent, abortion was supposed to be mainly for health reasons, but now can be obtained privately for Social needs. The problems with the Liverpool pathway. After all a hospital can and do issue a DNR without the next of kins permission
Some how I think it is an infringement of family values.
Has anybody any views on this.
On a lighter side. you could end up on EBay, Grannie for sale, parts only