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kathi apostolidis

Denise, you are correct, this is just another FB promotion. National laws, in Europe at least, prevail and according to the recent Greek law on organ donation, if the family disagrees, even if the donor had agreed to donate his organs for transplantation, then, their wishes prevail. Moreover, in order to become a donor, you have to register with the National Transplantations Organization. So, declaring on FB one's wish to become a donor has at least in Greece no binding legal value.

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