Make organ donation the default

To the editor: The authors neglect to suggest the most logical and effective solution to the organ shortage problem: Make organ donation upon death the default. Instead of allowing it only when specified, make not allowing it the exception. ("We shouldn't treat kidneys as commodities," Op-Ed, June 30) Most people I've asked say they wouldn't mind donating organs when they're done with them, but they don't know the steps to take to make it happen. That, or they don't want to take the time to figure it out. That often leaves the decision to grieving relatives. Of course, anyone can opt out by simply filling out a form, telling closest relatives or...