Solving the Organ Crisis


The Problem      

With all the wars and diseases that plague our planet, it's a wonder how humanity has not gone extinct. While humans may be thriving at the present, we are experiencing a worldwide shortage in donatable organs. Due to an increase in the difficulty of finding a suitable organ donor as well as the number of patients who require the donated organs, the need for an alternate solution to the current method of organ collection could not come at a better time.



The Facts       

There are over 73,000 people in the U.S. alone who are awaiting organ transplants. 16 people die every day because organ matches could not be found in time. Only 43% of all Americans medically suitable for donation actually donate. Those who are fortunate enough to receive a donor organ, still face the possibility of organ rejection. Depending on the organ, there is a 10% to 50% chance complications will occur.

 The Possibilities        

 This current method is complicated and risky. As a result of advances made in the area of stem cells and tissue engineering, the reality of successful organ transplants without the need for an organ donor is becoming possible. With new procedures such as xenotransplantation, bioprinting, and cloning, suitable organs can be created in labs allowing people to receive and organ that is 100% compatible quickly and safely.

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