In the UK for instance, about one thousand patients died while in the waiting list for organ donations while three thousand others received transplants between the year 2006 and 2007 (Wilkinson, 2011). In the US the median time that patients spend on the waiting list is estimated to be nearly 3 years (Knoll, 2008). By 2102, the supply of organ donations on any given day is three thousand and three hundred persons while the demand is at one hundred and fourteen thousand persons (Park, 2012). The supply of organs for transplants is far below the demand and it is illegal for person in the US to sell their organs. Many patients requiring organ transplants often acquire them from deceased patients and relatives.