Opt-Out System will be Saving More Lives in Ethnic Minority Groups
Kidney Wales Foundation (KWF) suggested the organ opt-out system to be life saving for ethnic minority groups. KWF’s chairman Roy Thomas said the need for transplant in these groups is three times more than others. He added that in spite of greater needs only 2% of people have registered their names in the NHS Organ Donation Register.
A claim was made by the author of several papers on international systems of organ donation, Prof Fabre that the higher rate of organ donation in Spain is because of the availability of facilities and coordination.
A bill that has possibilities of becoming a law by 2015 suggested that adults who are living in Wales would have to opt-out for the organ donation regarding their willingness to donate their organ after death or not. This bill is named as the Human Transplantation Bill.
Mr. Thomas added that the amendments in the law will mark a change in the organ donation system too. The law only provides a legal environment that can be influence the people to be a donor. It will be a necessity that the law is practiced properly, said Mr. Thomas.
He said they are campaigning for the amendment in the law, past many years. He said he and his charity targets at its change and essential practice to see a change in the cultural approach in the organ donation system in Wales and the UK.
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