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News ID: 789
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 9:45 - 15 April 2013
Tehran, YJC. Reza Davoudnejad says after Asal Badiee’s organs were donated public swarmed for donation.

Reza Davoudnejad, Asal Badiee’s brother-in-law, appeared in the Seven, a motion pictures program, on the Iranian TV to talk about the circumstances of her death.

He who, along with his wife, was closest to Asal during the last days of her life said that after people found out that Asal had donated her organs, the number of organ donation sign-ups soared from 300 daily to 16 thousand.
Davoudnajad, himself an actor, said that in 1977 she and all her family signed up for donation.

"Her organ donation soothed our pains a bit,” said he who had been under a lot of pressure both by the loss of a beloved and public interest in the circumstances of Asal’s decease.

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00:17 - 1392/11/06
This donation thing does not work like this in iran..
I knew her...she was far from dying..
I will never donate my anything coz that would be the coz of my death..
She could have stayed in coma take medical care but they rathered to torn her apart
She could have been here if it was'nt for the damn donation !sad but true
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