' poses a difficult emotional debate, but Governments that 'presume consent' can soon cross the line as to what they consider to be in the public interest and what they impose on their citizens.
Lord Wigley praises Welsh law of 'presumed consent
' for organ donation: "Goodness knows there is plenty more that our National Assembly can and must deliver for Wales.
Opt-out organ donation systems are often called 'presumed consent
' (WHO Bulletin 2015, http:dx.doi.org/10.2471).
There will be exceptions to the presumed consent
system, including those aged under 18, individuals who lack the mental capacity to understand the changes and people who have not lived in England for at least 12 months before their death.
Now nearly four in 10 UK residents are registered but that total would rise if the law changed to presumed consent
The law prescribes the so-called the presumed consent
of the donor to transplant his organs and tissues after death for the medical treatment of another person, which in practice can also mean for the immediate rescue of one's life.
HAILED as a "bold step", Wales' presumed consent
law aimed to revolutionise organ donation here.
WHY IS PRESUMED CONSENT
(SOMETIMES) JUSTIFIABLE FOR
THERE are some questions we should be asking now that the organ donation Presumed Consent
Law has received Royal Assent.
 Only 0.8% of present study group had an idea about Presumed consent
and Required Request.
THE Welsh Assembly's draft bill on presumed consent
for organ donation is published today.
DJ RADFORD Barry, Vale of Glamorgan ATTENDING an organ donation meeting in Newport Leisure Centre, I was amazed by the answer to my question: If all submissions are against presumed consent
would the Welsh Assembly not go ahead with the legislation.