[Answer for] 8. In the USA and UK, at the end of the twentieth century, who could register as an organ donor?

[Answer for] 8. In the USA and UK, at the end of the twentieth century, who could register as an organ donor?

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[Answer for] 8. In the USA and UK, at the end of the twentieth century, who could register as an organ donor?
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…1. relatives
2. anyone who is legally competent
3. friends
4. There is no need. You are automatically registered at birth.
Kidneys for transplantation can come from two sources: living donors and cadaveric donors. Living donors are usually close relatives but recent developments have introduced the concept of kidney exchange where friends and distant relatives may become a potential donor. In Australia, it is illegal to sell body organs and the average waiting time is about three – four years.

Some countries have adopted an ‘opt out’ system where consent is assumed unless you state otherwise.

anyone who is legally competent:

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[Answer for] 8. In the USA and UK, at the end of the twentieth century, who could register as an organ donor?
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