Harmonica Organ

7,000 die yearly from organ shortage. My solution

By David F. Diamond    United States of America    Contact publisher via email google_ad_client = "pub-4140692434942764";/* 728x15 red, created 2/23/09 */google_ad_slot = "4697563746";google_ad_width = 728;google_ad_height = 15;//--> google_protectAndRun("ads_core.google_render_ad", google_handleError, google_render_ad); (First published March 2007) Over4,000 American servicemen have died during the 5 years of the war in Iraq and Afganistan. But 33,759* Americans have died during the last 5years because of the shortage of organs for transplant. And those deaths were not necessary. The organ shortage is an unintended consequence of a provision in the Federal organ transplant law that permits only donated organs to be used. The solution for people not willing to donate organs: a regulated system allowing organs to be sold. It will increase the organ supply exponentially. I have asked our local Tennessee congressman, Democrat Steve Cohen, and Republican Senator John McCain to co-sponsor this necessary non-partisan legislation to amend the organ transplant law. I will be asking President Obama and former President Bill Clinton to join this crusade. Details of my plan are available on my website. Click on it. Those who would like to help are invited to contact me by phone, email or fax. I'm available for media interviews. Please add me to your list of resource people for the subject of organ transplants. By changing the law to ALSO permit organ sales by anyone unwilling to donate, we solve the shortage and provide an estate for the heirs of the seller. You can call me to learn more at 901 761-5580. For more information, write me at:  4907 N. Mendenview Drive, Memphis TN 38117-1917 David F. Diamond -- retired radio talk show host in Memphis TN.  *Source: United Network for Organ Sharing

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