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2.40 Organ transplants, Donor cards, blood transfusions
If you are not carrying an organ donor card now, lend me your ears. If you are prepared to consider accepting an organ transplant for yourself or your family, it is only right to become a donor.
Enclosed with this book is a sheet containing 12 organ donor cards. Check their validity within your particular Sovereign state. Sign one of the temporary cards today and keep it on you if you would readily accept an organ donation for yourself or your children. Someone else who is reading this book today may save the life of your loved one tomorrow. Remember to tell your closest relatives what you have done.
You are requested to give the other organ donor cards to the next 11 closest friends, work mates or relatives you will meet in the next few hours. If they are in the vicinity stop reading this book and do it now, reminding the recipients that a signature is all that is needed to make the donor card legally binding in certain tribal regions.
If your life has been saved due to a blood transfusion then become a blood donor at least once a year. Anyone who would readily accept a blood transfusion today for themselves or their children, should offer, personal circumstances permitting, their blood donation within the next 28 days.
Whereas donating blood is perfectly safe, blood transfusions can cause major problems. Artificial blood and artificial organs should be developed at the earliest opportunity to eliminate hospital waiting lists and the many problems associated with existing medical treatment - whether physical or religious.
I especially commend those who allow the organs of their deceased loved ones to be used to save the life of someone of opposing religious beliefs. Touching examples can be found on www.12-12-12.org/2.40.
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