Originally Posted by aaa1000
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One can say "cancer patient" or "AIDS" patient" or "pneumonia patient", but a kidney is not a disease. (I believe I may have heard the term "heart patient" tho.)Originally Posted by aaa1000
How does a person quit his habits?Originally Posted by aaa1000
I think "My life is over" would work better there.
It is not usual to use an article before a proper name.Originally Posted by aaa1000
Say: "This patient is not the only one who suffers from Polycystic Kidney Disease."
Say: "There are many patients who are waiting for organ donations."Originally Posted by aaa1000
I am not sure what "waiting dead" is supposed to mean.
[quote="aaa1000"]Say: "This situation pushed the government into considering legalizing the sale of human organs."This situation push the government to think about legalizing the selling of the human beings' organ
Say: "Both sides support their opinions with several arguments."Originally Posted by aaa1000
(The controversy would be over legalization.)
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