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  • Why are illegal aliens getting heart transplants??

    This is a criminal act!! What about the legal citizens who are waiting and thus being deprived of a new chance at life.

  • #2
    This is a criminal act!! What about the legal citizens who are waiting and thus being deprived of a new chance at life.


    • #3
      huh? please provide a source or stop instigating.


      • #4
        They are placed on the same list as citizens. It's all about who is compatible. It's hard to find matches.


        • #5
          Here is an article x,

          Like that article says, it's an endless debate, just like so many other issues.


          • #6
            Let me tell you something...

            a LIFE is a LIFE... does not matter if the person is black, white, blue, yellow, illegal or not...

            Now, my mother in law just passed away two weeks ago, the comited suicide since she was depress after her husband died three months ago.

            We found her when we got home, she shot her self in the head, the bullet went in on the left side, and came out on the left.
            Her brain was tottaly messed up, there was no chance to live.

            She was an organ donnor, after they pronunce her "legaly dead" LIFELINK, thats the name of the organization in charge of the transplans, they put her in "life support" to keep her organs in good shape until they find the right matches. Need to say she was hooked up to those machines almost for two days, they could place most of the organs to recipients on time, the help 45 people on her last wish.

            What you need to do is to read, or get information about the procces to follow to donate organs, i though like you before any of this happened, now.. i know its not as easy as i thought.

            You would be amazed of how many things can you donate besides the clasics like "heart, lungs, kindney, etc.." you can also donate skin, for burned people (ussualy kids), eyes, bones (ussualy the largest ones in the body)..!!!

            Besides that, i dont think there is a form to fill if you are donator where you can specify "Please i would like just to help legal people in this country".

            Now... what if you need a transplant in the future..? would you rather to die before acepting an organ from an illegal alien??

            Come'on !



            • #7
              The bullet went in left side, came out RIGHT side


              • #8
                awww some1mex I hope you and your wife are doing alright.

                There are so many people who need organs.

                Now the girl who just died has a website, and they build houses and sell them. The proceed will help critically ill children.
                The website is called Jesica's Hope Chest:



                • #9
                  the first poster's heart must be an amazing dark, something close to that dark scientist just manufactured which ***** up light as s/he would like to do to life!

                  That you feel betrayed by a 17 yr. old girl's wish to live and that her family tried anything in their power to save her for the past 3-4 yrs. and now had to watch her die for some incredible mistake...

                  Who knows? Perhaps the mistake was motivated by subcounscious increments not very unlike yours!

                  You're a sorry soul and god may have mercy on you!


                  • #10
                    please delete this girl died. second whats whith the prono advertisements here??


                    • #11
                      Mexican girl's death reveals larger tragedy
                      Issue 145-3r: Feb 24, 2003

                      +== TIME-OUT PROJECT ==+

                      The hearts of millions of Americans go out to the family of Jesica
                      Santillan, the 17-year-old Mexican girl who died Saturday after a
                      bungled heart-lung transplant at Duke University Hospital in North
                      Carolina. In spite of the girl's -- and her family's -- status as
                      illegal aliens, most Americans understand the simple sadness of the
                      human loss involved, and can sympathize with Jesica's parents'
                      willingness to break U.S. immigration law in a desperate attempt to get
                      life-saving treatment for their daughter.

                      However, tragic as this young woman's particular story is, her death
                      sheds light on a larger, more generalized tragedy.

                      In 2002, according to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network,
                      5,542 persons in the United States died waiting for an organ
                      transplant. Each of their deaths, to their loved ones, is as sad as
                      Jesica Santillan's death is to her family (which has already announced
                      plans to sue the hospital).

                      Duke University Hospital, where Jesica died, claims on its website to be
                      "consistently one of the largest recipients of funding from the National
                      Institutes of Health (NIH)." Indeed, through the NIH, and through other
                      Federal programs like Medicaid, American taxpayers largely subsidize the
                      hospital's roughly one billion dollar yearly budget.

                      Some of those American taxpayers and their children died last year
                      waiting for transplants that never came, and this year, at least one
                      more American taxpayer will die waiting for the transplant that Duke
                      University Hospital chose to give to a citizen of a foreign nation.

                      Extrapolating from the data at the Organ Procurement and Transplantation
                      Network, there are 1.7 million persons in the world in need of an organ
                      transplant. Clearly, the U.S. health care system cannot accommodate
                      them all.

                      The greater tragedy in the Jesica Santillan story is a system that
                      rewards illegal aliens for entering the United States to access our
                      health care system, thus condemning some of the American taxpayers who
                      pay for that system to premature deaths. Few could deny the sheer
                      unfairness of such a situation.

                      To the undiscerning or uninformed, treating sick foreigners is
                      "compassionate," but there is yet another side to this tragedy: Every
                      year, hundreds of foreign nationals die attempting to cross our
                      dangerous southern border illegally. Almost all of them are tempted to
                      try the dangerous crossing by the perceived rewards, or "magnets," for
                      illegal aliens on this side of the border. These magnets include
                      employment, free education, birthright citizenship for babies, promises
                      of eventual amnesties, and, of course, superior and free health care.

                      How many of those who die in our southern deserts every year are lured
                      to their gruesome deaths by irresponsible U.S. immigration policies and
                      the "compassion" lobby?


                      • #12
                        My sympathy goes out to Ranger Eggle who was murdered by illegal alien border crossers. Who mourns for him?


                        • #13
                          Hey come'on...

                          Yeah, that heart would probably helped a USC, the bad thing is... the USC WAS NOT AVAILABLE !

                          You can NOT keep orangs in containers for long time... there is just hours !

                          STEPS TO RECIBE AN ORGAN..

                          1. Need the transplant
                          2. Have the money to pay for it
                          3. Get into the "list"
                          4. Wait til somebody at least 85% compatible with you die.
                          5. Get into another list for compatibility, priority, distance from donor, etc.

                          There is more steps out there...

                          You guys are just OUT OF YOUR MINDS if you really think an USC life worths more that any other.

                          Before being AMERICAN you freaks... you WERE HUMANS ! (yeah... were, since i dont think you still are)

                          A LIFE IS A LIFE !


                          • #14
                            MY simpaty goes to ALL those people dying daliy just because a bunch of ARIZONA freaks dont have the "NUTS" to kill the murderers, rapers and other scumb from their own country, and then decide to kill people who are looking for a fu***** JOB !


                            • #15
                              Nobody argues that life of USC is as valuable as life of any other national, legal or not. The question is who is going to pay for the care. If an alien is able to pay in full out of pocket or is able to buy insurance policy, he or she should be included in the waiting list as equal. If not, there is an annual limit set at 5% of all transplants to go to such aliens. BTW, Jessica was a subject to that limit.