Organ Donation – By The Numbers

It’s January 2009. Over 100,000 nationwide continue to wait for a lifesaving organ/tissue transplant.

Over 100,000.

There is a solution and it’s simple. Register to be an organ donor. Tell your friends, family to do the same and encourage them to do the same.

We’ve got a big year planned ahead with lots of great ideas but we always need help. We want your ideas, your insight, your feedback. Drop a comment, email us, tell us that grand idea you have that will help encourage others to register. Want to volunteer? We’ve got PLENTY of opportunities to help.

We’re listening. No one can solve this issue alone but I do know that the transplant community is one of the most powerful communities out there. Ask anyone touched by this issue. Colette, Moreena, Steve, Tim, Amanda…the list goes on and on and on. The community has an amazing story to tell. Let’s tell it together.

Everyday, more and more people are impacted by this issue. Where lives are lost, other lives are saved simply because of the generosity of someone registering as a donor.

It’s 2009 and over 100,000 people continue to wait.

Let’s work together to take action, create change and most importantly, save lives.



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One Response to Organ Donation – By The Numbers

  1. Chris Boyer says:

    I am conducting a quick poll, trying to understand the challenges that patients have when faced with decisions on organ transplants. I created a short (6 question) online survey at:

    I am collecting as many responses as possible in a short period of time. I will need to close the survey on Feb 1, 2009. If you or anyone you know has ever had to face the difficult choice in deciding on an organ transplant clinic, please take my short survey, and share with me and others in your experience!

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