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A Heart for a Heart: Life without Donors

Summary: Essay provides a discussion about the alternative choices available for heart transplants.
Though Hollywood is hardly reality, the movies produced there do at times luck out in containing problems that touch base with true troubles of today's society. In John Q, a young black boy, Michael, falls seriously ill. It comes to realization that a heart transplant is vital. However, due to John's, his father, lack of insurance and the lack of a donor heart, the doctors place the boy on the transplant waiting list. John takes the hospital hostage. His only demand is that Michael is given the needed transplant. Though completely over dramatic, the issue faced by the characters in this movie is quite similar to one facing many Americans nationwide. This is why; due to the extremely low numbers of donor hearts available other tactics are being taken.

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