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In any case, why should those in the society who manage the process of organ procural and disbursement not empathize sequentially with all who might be saved, thereby letting the numbers of real, equally invaluable rescuable persons build up to turn their decision?
If we focus the attention of doctors and patients on the early warning signs of stroke, and using techniques such as diffusion-weighted MRI we can potentially identify rescuable brain cells in time to use an NMDA antagonist to try to limit long-term disability.