Although organ trading is very challenging to deal with

Although organ trading is very challenging to deal with, there are several procedures and pathways which have been shown to provide practical and effective solutions to this crisis. These include implementation of appropriate educational programs for the public and hospital staff regarding the need and benefits of organ donation. According to the statistic on the Global Observatory on Donation and Transplantation, organ transplant progress increased 5.8% from 2014 to 2015. (2)The other solution is opt-out organ donation or its also called “presumed consent”. It means that in stand of requiring every single donor to specifically sign up, assuming everyone is an organ donor unless they remove themselves from the list. This policy already exists in 25 countries in Europe, including Spain and Belgium. At the moment Spain has highest number of donor in the world. According to the news on the PBS Spain has been the acknowledged leader in donations for number of years with 35.3 donors per million. In Spain citizens are considered a donor unless you make the effort to opt out of the donation system. The fact that, according to the Department of Health and Human Service only half of the Americans are actually registered while they are overwhelmingly support organ donation. Therefore opt-out policy could be one of the most effective solution for this issue. (3)the another most effective and most possible way out of this issue is legalised the organ trading. Iran is only nation that allows the organs to be sold and bought legally. However, there are very strict law and regulations placed to control the attempt to organ transplant tourism. Foreigners are not allowed to buy the organs from Iranian citizen as the policy market strictly contained within the country. In addition, organs can only be transplanted between the same nationality. As the result, currently there is no organ waiting list in Iran. (4) the last solution is part of new advanced technology Stem Cells may help too. According to report from Wynne (2012) Dr Moniruzzaman Stem cells, which could be used to grow new organs; bioengineering, which could result in artificial organs; and transplants from animals could all help. Its better than exploiting these misfortunate, under resourced victims.