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In this country, we'll need to start accepting the fact that brain death is the real term for death.

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Tsutomu Saji, professor at Toho University First Department of Pediatrics School of Medicine. Japan is the world's second largest economy and a global leader in medical research and technology, but the country has been hesitant about organ transplants, in part because of cultural perceptions of death. (AFP-Jiji)

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I would have just said, "In this country, we need to stop having ignorant morons telling us what to do," and leave it at that.

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Agreed! simple and to the point, i likes it ^^

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The Japanese medical and political establishment should also start accepting that's its insane and obscene to ban transplants for children under 15.

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