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Becoming an Organ Donor

Death and organ donation can be difficult issues to think about, let alone discuss. Spare a few moments to do both. Adding your name to the NHS Organ Donor Register means that you join a confidential list of people, held on a central computer database, who are prepared to be organ donors after their death. You can also carry a donor card if you like, as an additional confirmation of your wishes.

If you decide you would like to be an Organ Donor, leaflets providing all the necessary information can be found at your Doctor’s surgery or at all main Post Offices.

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