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organ donor

Transplantation A person/cadaver that donates his/her  organ(s) to a recipient
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I would encourage everyone to think about donation discuss it with your friends and family and join the organ donor register.
"Telling your family that you want to be an organ donor makes things easier at a difficult time.
Two factors count most in the success of a deceased organ donor programme.
Applicants that answer positively will have their names added to the national database of organ donors to tackle a shortage.
Have you decided whether you want to be a lifesaving organ donor? Have you told your family?
This means when you die you'll be considered a potential organ donor if you're eligible.
In 2018, there were 148,000 new registrations from people willing to be organ donors.
An organ donor registry is a national, confidential list of individuals who have agreed to donate their organs after their death.
In our recently published analysis of local patterns in registered organ donors, we found notable difference in rates of sign-up to the organ donor register across Welsh communities in the five years before Wales switched to an opt-out system.
Register your decision to be an organ donor at www.organdonationscotland.org/yes or call 0300 123 2323 2.
organ donors topped 10,000 for the first time, according to the Health Resources and Services Administration.
The number of people on the Organ Donor Register in the region has increased by 25% over the past five years.