Bill of Rights - Maker Challenge

By: Addison Geoghagan

Amendment #1: Freedom of Preference

The right to have a choice during procedures.


This right would protect...

The person who is taking the test because they would give their confirmation on moving forward with it. If during the procedure, something comes up that you do not want to do, you will only do it with your confirmation.


Why is this necessary?

This is necessary so that the person who is being tested has a choice on whether they want to go through with the procedure or not. The person will not have to be forced to be tested on something they do not want to be tested on.

Amendment #2: Freedom of Protected Identity

The right to have your identity protected before and after the procedure.


This right would protect...

The person who gave their cells. This would protect their identity from being released to the public.


Why is this necessary?

This is necessary because the person who has finished the procedure has a choice whether that person's identity wants to be released to the public, like newspapers, etc;.

Amendment #3: Freedom of Clarification

The right to know everything that is going to happen in the procedure, so that when the time comes, the person knows everything that is going to happen during the procedure.


This right would protect....

The person who is going in to the procedure. This will make sure that the patient knows everything that is going to happen during the procedure, so that person will be prepared when the time comes.


Why is this necessary?

This is necessary because the person would have all of the details about the procedure.

Amendment #4: Freedom of Pay

The right to have some sort of reward for participating in the procedure.


This right would protect..

The person who donated their cells. The family would inherit the money if the donor or the cells were deceased.


This is necessary so the person who donates the cells gets some credit.