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Brain Death Misdiagnosis

Bradley Mattes   |   January 02, 2018

Nineteen-year-old Carina’s family was devastated.  Doctors in Denmark told them she was brain dead after a car accident.  The family agreed to remove the ventilator and gave an okay to harvest her organs.  But when they took away the ventilator, Carina continued to breathe and is making progress toward recovery.  The situation received considerable attention, and as a result, over five hundred people removed their names from the organ donor register.  A similar situation to Carina’s plays out frequently in America.  Experts admit the criteria for brain death is subjective and varies from state to state.  If you’d like more information to help protect your health or that of family, visit life issues dot org and click on the microphone icon for free resources.  Be equipped and educated.

 

Americans are experiencing an increasing number of uncertain medical environments. You can help protect your life and that of loved ones by being prepared. Ask us for your free resources.

If you have registered as an organ donor and have changed your mind, you can ask to be removed from the list. Our research shows that a phone call to your closest geographic location is the best option, which we provide at this link.

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