Main Menu Why Storing Cord Blood was Not the Right Choice for Our Family After careful review of the research, we decided that donating or storing cord blood was not in the best interest of our family. Few people publish the reasons they choose not to bank their baby's cord blood. I have outlined the basis for our decision below so that others may see this issue from a different perspective. Although this option may seem like the ultimate altruistic act, giving your child's cord blood so that another may have life, we could not in good conscious select this option for both moral and ethical reasons.
February 21, at 7: He hinted around to the fact that it will now be a concience matter. Jman March 3, at Nonetheless that really is the issue, is it not? I mean in the same scripture that prohibits eating blood it also prohibits fornication. What about a Fornication Liaison Committee — no need for those right?
Because the scriptures in the Bible make that point clear. But yet the medical use of blood from vaccines, to fractions, to blood transferred in organ transplants, to the fact that white blood cells are transferred during breast feeding — makes the following point an absolute truth that no honest JW could disagree with: Now before JW haters start jumping on the bandwagon and cheering this comment on — I do think there is a pretty clear teaching regarding bleeding any meat we might eat.
Therefore, could it not be concluded that the prohibition of blood transfusion and its non-biblically-defined primary components — is actually based on conclusions that not every dilligent, sincere, lover of Jehovah, Jesus, and the Bible would clearly see.
Perhaps many or some of these men who later promoted a different idea, have long since passed away. As a matter of fact, for Jake and others that love to give an explanation for the controversial policy, if it was so clear why even waste your time trying to defend it?
This only reiterates that the understanding of the command on blood cannot be clearly understood without question, not in any uniform manner.
But I personally believe that the lack of clarity on the matter is overwhelming evidence that blood transfusions are indeed a conscience matter. I have thought this through well.
I have not stated anywhere herein that I would take a blood transfusion though. I certainly would show my respect to all those in the medical communities that understand the risks of blood transfusions and offer alternative choices to straight-up blood transfusions.
However, at this time I will not sign a document where somebody besides myself imposes their latest of many changing understandings of an UNCLEAR scripture. Do I prefer to have a health care agent that will consider all medically advised treatment options if I was out of commission?
I know one thing is the current truth right now. Most importantly that decision would be mine and mine alone. There would be no need to inform members of the congregation of my private decision. As a matter of fact, I would hold liable any congregation member that tried to violate privacy laws and inquire of my personal medical decisions.
Obviously certain family members might need to be involved and they too would understand the importance of confidentiality and the legal implications of breaking such confidentiality. This brings us to a final but yet quite important matter. The Fear of getting disfellowshipped.
And get those initial refuters into a medical situation, would not most of them be willing to accept conscience-matter options? It goes to show that when something goes from a disfellowshipping doctrinal offense, to a non-disfellowshipping conscience matter — there is a huge likelihood that most constituents will suddenly find their conscience allowing them to engage in an activity that previously they said was their individual choice to abstain from it.
Thus here you at first have scriptural interpretation being imposed on matters, but later they become matters for individuals to decide. Were they not matters that Jehovah wanted individuals to decide all along? No, of course not.Box 1. Key recommendations regarding blood sampling in children involved in clinical research.
Existing guidelines for blood sample volume limits (ranging from 1–5% of total blood volume within 24 hours and up to 10% of total blood volume over 8 weeks) are consistent with the limited evidence available on “minimal risk” to children.
Les Témoins de Jéhovah n'acceptent pas de transfusion de sang total ou de l'un de ses composants majeurs (les globules rouges, les globules blancs, les plaquettes et le plasma).Ils ne donnent pas non plus leur sang ni ne le mettent en réserve en vue d'une autotransfusion .Toutefois, l'organisation dirigeante laisse à la conscience des .
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