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organ donor

Transplantation A person/cadaver that donates his/her  organ(s) to a recipient
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From December 1, if you want to be an organ donor you can register a decision to become an organ donor (opt in) - just as you would now - or you can choose to do nothing, in which case your consent will be deemed.
However, there's a lot of scope for improvement, especially in the way how people can be encouraged to register as organ donors.
To join the NHS Organ Donor Register and help save lives, text SAVE to 62323, call 0300 123 2323 or visit www.
The new law means that if a person living in Wales did not record a decision on the Organ Donor Register either to opt in or opt out, they will be regarded as having had no objection to organ donation and their consent may be deemed.
To add the organ donor designation to an existing driver's license or identification card today, visit www.
He said that such workshops should be organised on regular basis to boost up the message to become an organ donor and save many precious lives in the country.
He hopes to raise more awareness amongst organ donors to provide more support to the children who are battling this deadly disease.
Delph, believed to be Britain's first footballer organ donor ambassador, said he was delighted to support the campaign.
Since April this year, 13 people have benefited from a lifesaving transplant and there are currently 317,440 people from Tyne and Wear on the NHS Organ Donor Register.
TOWN players will be encouraging fans to become organ donors when The Terriers play Bolton Wanderers.
The number of Scots on the NHS organ donor register is higher than ever before and higher than the UK average.
The Organ Donor Taskforce, set up under Labour, was disbanded when the coalition came to power but no new one has been formed to replace it, he said.