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donor organ

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Therefore, the need for the donation of organs has increased.1 For multiple reasons, there is an increasing demand for transplants, but there is a shortage of organs due to fewer donations.2 Although there have been a lot of improvements in the system of organ donation (OD) in the United States, more than 90,000 patients were still on waiting list for kidney transplant, while the overall figure was 116,705 patients for all organs including liver, heart, lung, pancreas, etc.
NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people to talk to their families about organ donation and warns that there is still an urgent shortage of donors.
With the alarming increase of patients diagnosed with kidney failure in Davao Region, organ donation remains the best solution to address the problem, a group said on Wednesday.
Christine Johnson captured the Scarborough sunrise whilst scattering hearts around the town in a bid to promote Organ Donation Week.
The figures are being highlighted ahead of the introduction of an opt-out organ donation system in England and Scotland next year, with families being urged to discuss donation decisions.
KEYWORDS: Brain death, Intensive care nurse, Organ donation, Organ transplantation.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 14 (ANI): Roughly 5 lakh people die annually in India due to lack of an organ donor but with less than one per million people opting to donate, the organ donation rate in the country is one of the lowest in the world, according to estimates.
WALES now has the highest consent rate of organ donation in the UK, nearly fours years on from the pioneering "soft opt-out" system being introduced.
That's because earlier this month a new advert was unveiled on the back of the vehicles, which promotes organ donation.
THE law around organ donation in England is changing.