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Organ and tissue donation - your questions answered

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Series : Blood and transplant

Published : 2013
Page Length : 18
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : NHS Blood and Transplant

Someone can donate their organs after they die, to help save and transform the lives of others. Deciding on becoming a donor is very personal and it's important that everyone makes the right decision. This booklet contains answers to the most commonly asked questions about organ and tissue donation and aims to resolve any doubts a person might have.


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