Describe the ethical issue you intend to solve. In your description, go beyond the obvious, and try to embed your description in the larger moral and ethical literature.

For your final project you will submit a medium-length (2,500 to 3,000 words in length, with a typical font and spacing this will be approximately 10 to 12 pages) research project on a bioethics topic of your choice. This paper: should be an in-depth investigation and analysis of a particular problem in the field of bioethics
should make frequent use of the moral principles that were developed in module 1, and
should make extensive use of some particular argument that you encountered while reading the textbook. While your research may uncover various relevant and important empirical facts, this is primarily a normative, argumentative essay, in which you defend some position in the field of bioethics. STRUCTURE
Your final project should be structured roughly as described below.
Introduction A description of the topic you are investigating and an explanation of the philosophical and moral problems that are generated from the topic. A clear and concise thesis statement, of the form I will argue that , because …
Body Give a charitable (fair-minded) reconstruction of the argument that you will be opposing. In a short essay like this, it is best to confine your analysis to a small argument, from within the larger problem. In such a short essay, it would be difficult, for example, to adequately defend the thesis, I shall argue that abortion is immoral. Instead, focus on some smaller thesis such as, I shall argue that Reiman’s argument for what makes killing wrong is incomplete. In a case like this, the charitable reconstruction would be of Reiman’s argument for what makes killing wrong. Introduce any empirical evidence that you’ve collected, and explain why it is relevant to your topic and how it helps to support your thesis. Evaluate the argument you will be opposing in terms of the logic and principled support that the author is able to give to it. First, an argumentative essay is much easier to structure if you have some specific argument you can discuss critically. Second, since this is an argumentative essay, this evaluation is the most important part of the essay, will constitute your principal objection, and will be the place that you can introduce your own position and contribution to the debate. Take some time to develop it carefully. A brief answer to your evaluation/objection, on behalf of the original author (since he/she is not here to answer for him/herself), or on behalf of defenders of that position.
Conclusion Provide a brief restatement of your initial thesis statement. Determine exactly what your argument allows you to claim. Don’t claim too much (e.g., In conclusion, I’ve shown that abortion is immoral…), but be sure to locate exactly what your arguments have committed you to. But don’t underestimate your conclusion, either. Offer suggestions regarding what other investigations might be useful to continue the conversation particularly if there is empirical research that may be conducted. For example, if you are arguing that universal healthcare should be extended, because it is less expensive, you might suggest research projects to determine how much less expensive, mention research that is currently underway, etc.Please use the following resources. Plus about 7 more if you can.Moritsugu, P. (2013). The Power of Organ Donation to Save Lives through Transplantation. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3675206/
According to Moritsugu, tissue and organ donation is important more than a large number of individuals globally can realize. Today, there exists approximately 118, 000 people globally whose lives depend on organ transplantation which would only happen if a large number of people are willing to donate their organs. Basically, organ donations and transplantation affect greatly both donors and recipients respectively (Moritsugu, 2013). Organ donation also affects families and friends of both donors and recipients whereby surgery may sometimes lead to increased mortality. Organ donations contribute to a life-enhancing and giving opportunity to people who require organ transplantation. According to Moritsugu, the number of organ and tissue donors can be increased only through consideration of individuals who were not included in the past due to their age. Therefore, people globally should take organ transplantation as their responsibility to donate organs and tissues to save lives of others.
Corman Dincer Pelin; Birtan, Deniz; Arslantas, Mustafa Kemal; Tore Altun, Gulbin; Ayanoglu, Hilmi Omer. (2017)The Effect of Standardized Interviews on Organ Donation: Transplantation.https://journals.lww.com/transplantjournal/Abstract/2017/08002/The_Effect_of_Standardized_Interviews_on_Organ.110.aspx
Organ Donation is the most critical phase for organ transplantation. Donation of some tissues and organs such as brain are very critical hence, it requires confident and approval by the donor, family, and friends. Basically, human tissues such as brain are rarely donated due to the delicacy of the brain organ. In the past, there was lack of adequate knowledge by a large number of organ transplantation on brain death globally hence, people willing to donate could not (Corman et al., 2017). Therefore, the government should take part in educating a large number of people for purposes of an effective organ donation and transplantation hence, saving lives.
However, even with the education improvement on organ transplantation today, there are still death cases that result from the activity of either organ donation or transplantation. Therefore, there is still exists shortage of organs and tissue donations hence, the lives of the organ recipients at risk.
Author: Cleveland Clinic
Retrieved from https://health.clevelandclinic.org/why-donate-organs/
Basically, organ donations save lives of the organ recipients (Cleveland, 2018). Therefore, individuals globally should take as their responsibility to donate their organs for purposes of life-saving.