- Nov 12, 2015
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Define "almost certainly not going to die of COVID" in a transplant patient in the midst of a global pandemic.Efine Dd say that refusing a transplant for someone who is almost certainly not going to die from Covid is pretty far down said slope.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more vulnerable one TBH.
It is morally justifiable, and you've sat with it for decades, whether you knew it or not.My argument isnt that is has an impact, but is so small that it isn't morally justifiable to make a decision based on when it is likely outweighed by lots of other factors.
Of you can sit with that ethically then fine but I really can't.
All you're really exposing here is your ignorance of organ transplants. Which is fine, there's no reason to expect that knowledge of Joe Bloggs the member of the public. Hell, my knowledge is pretty sketchy, despite being a medical professional with 2 medical parents.