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"I have thought about it, but I haven't come to a decision about carrying a donor card yet. I don't like the thought of being cut up and my heart being taken out. I know I'd be dead and I wouldn't feel anything, but I still don't like the idea." "I'll never forget the time when my daughter was suffering from a kidney disease. In order to save her life, I decided to give one of my kidneys to her. Now she's fifteen years old and wonderfully strong and healthy. I'm sure that everyone should carry a donor card."

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私はそのことについて考えたが、まだドナーカードを持ち歩くことを決めていない。胸を開けて心臓をとりだされることを考えたくない。私は死んでいて、何も感じないことは分かっているが、やはりその考えは好きではない。 私は娘が腎臓の病気に脅かされた(苦しんだ)時のことを忘れることはできない。彼女の命を救うことと引き換えに私は彼女に自分の片方の腎臓を提供することに決めた。今、彼女は15歳で、すごく元気だし健康である。私は全てのひとがドナーカードを持ち歩いたほうがいいと思う。 ごめんなさい 英語あまり好きでないのでなんとなくでしか訳せませんでした… なので文法とか時制無視したかもしれません

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