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Facts about Organ Donation

Becoming an organ donor is the single best action someone can take to be remembered after passing. In the United States about 1 person...

Nora’s Home: The Gift of Life

Nora was an adorable little girl who enjoyed life more than any other kids of her age. In 1997, she was 7 years old...

Frequently Asked Questions About Organ Donation

1) Will the donor family have to pay the cost for the organs to be donated? There is no charge for the donor family during...

How to Choose your Organ Transplant Center

It may not be easy to decide where to have your organ transplant with all the options you can find out there. Every hospital...

Do I need to be rich to qualify for organ transplant?

The answer is YES!! if you don't have health insurance or can't fund raise a lot of money. For everybody else with insurance you...

Post-transplant anti-rejection drugs, the sun, and skin cancer

"Protect your skin" should not be an advice taken lightly for transplant patients. It is especially true for bald men. Skin cancer is a...

New lung allocations rules may affect your wait time (This could be good or bad news for you)

What is it about? Effective November 24th 2017, the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN),under a directive from the U.S. Department of Health and Human...

The Truth About Organ Donation

There are still a lot of myths about organ donation and that could explain why millions of people have not signed their state registry's...