This article is from the Organ Transplant FAQ, by email@example.com (Michael Holloway) with numerous contributions by others.
Since patients are not listed by name in the regional and national lists,
its hard to imagine how this is supposed to take place.
It is likely that people taken in by this myth are having a hard time
distinguishing preferential treatment on the list (which doesn't exist)
with the problems of simple access to health care in general. This is a
problem with the entire US health care system and has nothing to do with
how patients are treated once they are on the transplant waiting list.