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Aren’t Organ Transplants Managed by “Death Panels” Already?

Question by MonaLisa Overdrive AM VT wannabe: Aren’t organ transplants managed by “Death Panels” already?
It seems to work pretty well in that situation, so why are people all upset about the concept?
They are structured and run exactly in the way that has been proprosed by Obama.

Best answer:

Answer by cynicalplankton
There’s a waiting list.
You can move up and down on it if you meet certain criteria.
There is no “Death Panel”.

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