Human organs are the kind of thing you hope you never need to have replaced. When that kind of situation unfolds, you typically have serious problems to contend with. Other than the possibility of rejecting an organ implanted into you, you also have to contend with the possibilities of having it not work properly.
While most transplanted organs do come from reputable sources, there is a definite market segment that comes from questionable places. When you consider having an organ put into your body, you need to do your research to identify precisely where it came from. For this, you may have to do some challenging digging to make sure you’re getting an organ that didn’t end up killing or seriously injuring an otherwise healthy and innocent person. While you may feel like your life is worth anyone else’s suffering, you also may not feel that way.
For a lot of people who receive an organ transplant, the source isn’t very important to them. They just know that they’re alive and that’s the way they would prefer things to remain. However, there are also occasions when such a sentiment is just not ethical. If you feel like it’s important to both protect innocent people from having their organs stolen and to know where your organ came from, good job. This is the kind of attitude that keeps criminals from getting rich off of hurting and even killing innocent people just for a quick buck.