To date 80,000 Americans have died on organ transplantation waiting lists. The current organ procurement and
transplantation network is outlined in the National Organ Transplant Act. This act has given a handful of organizations
total control in the procurement and transplantation industry. It is imperative to repeal this act and to let the free market
drive organ procurement and transplantation with the buying and selling of organs. This would increase the total
number of quality organs to the level of demand and reduce the total cost of transplantation. The sooner this happens
the better the chances of survival for the tens of thousands of Americans on waiting lists today.