The number of donating organs to those who need operation of transplant is short of. So it need proper sharing organs in order to promote the medical transplant treatment smoothly, clealy. It goes without saying that the arbitrary partiality of doctor's must not be here. We should equally get the oppotunity that we can be treatment.
How should we share few organs? The First-come-first-served as the non-meidical criteria is impartial means? On the other hand, upside down, do you feel about that the doctor offer the treatment in the serious case order? For example, Guess, you are at the beside of Patricia T., a 12-year-old woman who has tried to commit suicide by taking an overdose of aspirin. Her liver is falling fast. Across town a 85-year-old man lies in another intensive care unit, his liver is falling from hepatitis which he got from a boold trasfusion. Both of them need a liver transplant. 85-year-old man, if anything, is worse than 12-year-old girl by a little. But only one liver is available now. Then, it is fair that you offer the treatment of transplant in the serious case order?
I think it that it should be openending question side-by-side.