We will begin by taking into account that the subject purposely committed suicide as evidenced by her willing intake of poison in order to provide herself, of a first hand experience of organ transplant. It is noteworthy to point that beginning with her purpose on acquiring such procedure there are already a number of issues that can controvert why she should receive a transplant. It must be noted that organ transplant is not something that can be done in a flash. It is not similar to a speedy transaction such whereby after handing over the financial equivalence of something you wish to acquire or the procedure you intend to be administer unto yourself, you can immediately receive the item/service paid for. The organ that will be utilized for transplant is not something that is kept on an inventory waiting for a demand. There are priorities and guideline that needs to be followed and there is a waitlist that identifies the urgency and the need for organ transplant to be implemented. Besides this premise there are policies and laws that monitor this practice and must therefore require strict compliance. There are two policies that regulates this practice: The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act of 1968, which grants a person the right to decide whether he or she allows his/her organs to be donated after death, this is currently adopted in all fifty states in the US.