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organ donor

Transplantation A person/cadaver that donates his/her  organ(s) to a recipient
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The Minister with responsibility for the Organ and Tissue Authority, Ken Wyatt AM, said the 2017 Australian Donation and Transplantation Activity Report notes that 510 deceased organ donors and their families, and 273 living donors, saved and improved the lives of 1,675 Australians.
Around 96 per cent of people say that they believe that organ donation is the right thing to do, but only around 45 per cent have actually joined the Organ Donor Register.
Please join the NHS Organ Donor Register - it only takes two minutes.
It will partner with Donate Life America, the nation's largest organ donor association.
There is a common misconception that people cannot be organ donors if they have had cancer, but there are some circumstances where it is possible.
A shortage of organ donors means three people a day die waiting for one.
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.
To join the NHS Organ Donor Register and help save lives, text SAVE to 62323, call 0300 123 2323 or visit www.
Dr Anwar Naqvi welcoming the guests highlighted the importance of deceased organ donor for transplantation workshop which will provide an insight to the participants to learn and practice different aspects of the deceased organ donor programme, said a statement on Tuesday.
For the organ donor registration in eight hours: PUP, 8,063; La Union, 3,471; Tugegarao, 1,573; Davao City, 1,941; NCR, 1,270; and Naga, 1,495.
To date 568,080 people in the region have so far registered their name on the Organ Donor Register.
The Organ Donor Experience: Good Samaritans and the Meaning of Altruism.