If you have trusted that the diagnosis of “brain death”, which is a pre-condition for the harvesting of human organs for donation, is reliable, think again.
Trenton McKinley’s parents had just signed papers to donate their son’s organs to other children. Doctors had been telling them that their boy was already dead, and that there was a line-up of five children who needed one of his organs.
But then, 13-year-old Terrence moved his hand. He moved his feet. And then he regained consciousness. Continue reading “Boy awakes from coma as parents sign papers to “donate” his organs”