You, or a loved one, have experienced organ transplantation. There is not enough organs available and there is a lengthy waiting period.
The desperate need for organs and potential profits have driven Frankenstein-style efforts to create organs or locate them to grant recipients a longer life expectancy.
Organ transplants are often a matter for life and death.
The United States has more than 105,000 people on its national waiting list. Every nine minutes, another name is added. Seventeen people die every day while waiting for an organ transplant in the United States, according to the government’s organ donor website….