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Should we offer one of our kidneys to a stranger in need if we are able to?
If able to, a person should offer one of their kidneys up for donation to a stranger in need.
Most donors experience positive emotional benefits from trying to improve the health and well-being of a person in need.
Most humans can survive with one kidney.
If we needed a kidney, we would hope a stranger would give us one.
The recipient will have the length and quality of their life improved.
The more people donate the more lives are saved.
An organ donation is an unreasonably demanding ethical mandate.
Alternatives are being developed and do exist. There is no need to put oneself at risk.
Surgery to donate a kidney has risks to the donor.
The recipient's immune system may reject the kidney.
It is highly risky to be left with only one kidney.
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