Write a paper that examines the moral and ethical considerations of organ conscription policies and theories. Boston, MA: Wadsworth.. Make sure to cover in the paper the following: •Do you consider the policy of organ conscription to be morally sound? •On what grounds could one argue that consent is not ethically required for conscription of cadaveric organs? And on what grounds could one argue that consent is required?•Is the policy truly just and fair, as supporters claim? Explain.•Do you consider one of the alternative policies for increasing available donor organs that Munson discusses to be preferable to conscription? Explain why or why not.•Analyzes the moral concerns surrounding a policy of organ conscription, and compares and contrasts examples of organ donation policies.•Evaluates questions about the fairness and justness of organ conscription policy, and recommends strategies for increasing public acceptance.•Explains the relevance and significance of the concept of consent as it pertains to organ donation, and describes consequences when donor consent is absent.•Evaluates alternative policies for increasing available donor organs, and describes consequences of continued donor organ shortages.Scarcity of Medical ResourcesFor this assessment, you will continue your survey of ethical principles in health care. Especially in our contemporary world, where needs for health care outstrip available resources, we regularly face decisions about who should get which resources.There is a serious shortage of donor organs. Need vastly outstrips supply, due not only to medical advances related to organ transplantation, but also because not enough people consent to be cadaveric donors (an organ donor who has already died). Munson (2014) points out that in the United States, approximately 10,000 patients die each year because an organ donor was not available, which is three times the number of people killed in the terrorist attacks on 9/11.