Donating blood has always seen as a noble deed because it saves lives.
With advancement in medical science, doctors have been able to transplant organs into the bodies as well for saving a life and this is a supreme noble deed too.
Although there is ample amount of awareness of the same, there are not much of donors who are willing to donate their organs after their death.
But now, this won’t be the same case in England as the law of ‘Max and Kiera’s’ has been approved by the amendment. This law says that every person will be presumed to be up for organ donation until and unless they have failed to opt out of it.
A few days ago, a 10 years old boy Max Johnson underwent a heart transplant surgery that saved his life.
The young boy has been struggling for a long while now and his parents have been fighting for the law to be passed since 2017. Keira Bell, a 9 years old girl’s heart saved Max’s life and he could not be happier.
Keira Bell died in a car crash near her home but the little girl, even after dying was able to save lives of 4 different people. Other than Max, she saved another young boy by donating him her liver and pancreas.
Max’s parents had been pleading the authorities for over 2 years now. Max also pleaded the prime minister and now the law has finally passed and it honors Max and Keira Bell.
According to the law, a person would have to opt out of the organ donation after they die and if they don’t opt out then it will be assumed that they wanted it to happen.
This donation will be able to help save up to 700 lives each year that need new organs to live. This will help all those people who are willing to donate their organs but have not signed up the donation forms.
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