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donation

 [do-na´shun]
1. a gift.
2. the act of giving.
oocyte donation a method of assisted reproductive technology in which an oocyte from a fertile woman is aspirated for incubation in the uterus of a woman who has female factor infertility, such as after oophorectomy or premature menopause. fertilization may be either in vitro or in utero.

donation

See Directed donation, Egg donation, Eye donation, Multiorgan donation, Predonation, Preoperative autologous donation.
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In the majority of refusals an individual's organ donation views were not known or recorded.
Donations for Mount Moriah Cemetery may be mailed to Suzanne Scott, 2825 Greenhill Road, Eldorado, IL 62946.
He thanked NUML administration for helping in setting up a blood donation camp in the varsity and he also lauded the passion of students, faculty and staff in donating blood.
Safe blood donation can be given until the age of 60, without complication or issue, Blood Connect said.
| The Great North Museum, Newcastle is looking to introduce more contactless donation points
Hsiao announced in August that his campaign would accept donations in crypto-currency.
"Before accepting a donation from any source, the Bureau of Customs will identify whether doing so may give rise to real or apparent conflict of interest or whether the bureau's mission, objects, strategic priorities, independence, integrity or objectivity may be compromised as a result," it added.
People who visit Blood Donations on Facebook can also sign up to be a blood donor to get notified directly when there is a need for blood nearby.
Adequate supply of safe blood can only be assured through regular, voluntary, and unpaid donation. They are the safest group of donations because of lower rate of blood-borne infections.
A total of 13 provincial-level RSCSs have established special departments for organ donations, which trained 2,392 donation coordinators whose job is to convince relatives of potential donors and over 4,000 donation volunteers, and built 104 venues for memorial services in 27 provinces.
LEBW was also honored to present the first annual Lions Legacy of Sight Award to Bill Conner, donor family member (father) & Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation Advocate.

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