French Tribune | Annabel Tautou
Though this proposal has made it clear that the government is quite serious about the issue, there are few who feel that families must be given say in this decision. There is dropping transplant rate and that's what has made the government to come forward to put up their proposal.
It has been known that NSW has long list of donation list of nearly 2 million people, though they have not been able to prove the donors so far. There is consensus on this that giving family's veto to decide on their loved one's donation request has pushed the situation to this extent. There are many including NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner, who is of the opinion that time has come that patients must be give the chance to decide on this.
"Ms Skinner has emphasized that the NSW Government wants to do more to help people who wish to donate organs and those for whom it can mean a new life and we congratulate her for doing this", said Kidney Health Australia (KHA) CEO Anne Wilson in response to the proposal.