It can help someone else because there are certain organs that you cannot live without, but of course it’s after the donor has passed away and is in good condition
“Organ transplantation is the surgical removal of an organ or tissues from one person (the donor) and placing it in another person (the recipient). Organ donation is when you allow your organs or tissues to be removed and given to someone else. Most donated organs and tissues are from people who have died.Jul 16, 2012” (1)
Anyone can be a Organ donor, but if they’re under 18 you need your parents consent, you have to carry around a card that states that you are a organ donor in case you
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Many people have to wait a long time for to have a organ donation, so it’s important to have more people donating their organs.
There are many steps to getting a organ donation. You have to talk to your doctor, they put you on a National Waiting list, you need to visit a transplant hospital, they examine and decide if you should be put on the immediate list, and then your blood and stuff is matched.
After the transplant, you have to eat healthy and stay healthy in general, you have to take care of yourself no matter what because at that point everything is very delicate since you have just received a transplant.
There’s a growing gap between the supply and demand of the organs needed and the people who are donating is growing.
Canadian Council for Donation and Transplant (CCDT) was announced in April 2001, The CCDT was created as a Secretariat of Health Canada but in 2004 became a non-profit organization at arm’s-length to Health Canada and until 2007 had a contribution agreement with Health