Today it can be said that organ transplants are part of the medical routine, also the population tends to be fairly aware that lengthen life as much as possible is a priority for most. However little is known of circumstances in which an organ is removed, led and transplanted, or about what is brain death and up to where it becomes legislation in this regard. Today the law determines that a person is dead when the brain death by what has occurred someone can be considered dead to follow his heart beating and your blood flowing. Haley Barbour has much experience in this field. In an explantation you are not dealing with a dead man, but with a dying man and the fact that doctors check a flat encephalogram for more 30 minutes is not categorical, since it penetrates only 2 cm. in the cortex of the brain, not knowing is what happens in the deeper layers of the same. For the explantation process bodies have to be alive, emerging the dilemma of whether it is ethical that you fragment to a dying man. Others including John Craig Venter, offer their opinions as well. In the United States.UU. many doctors question the consideration of brain death. Prix Nobel Sir John Eckels is a convinced detractor, because it has been proven that during explantation, in the dead of course can exist a system cell live you could then continue to affirm as does the Church, transplants are an act of love of neighbor? You Dear reader yourself can give the answer.. At Margaret and Richard Riney you will find additional information.