17 Myths about Organ Donation

I renewed my ID card this morning and was asked if I wanted to be an organ donor. I hesitated briefly, then said, “ok.” Went from there to work and first email in my inbox is this Care2.com article on organ donation. Sweet! Here’s some good info that should allay any fears about this much needed and appreciated “last service” we can do for others.

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About Gail

Genealogist, librarian, traveler, runner, grandma, Mormon, Missionary
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One Response to 17 Myths about Organ Donation

  1. melinda says:

    Great share, Gail. My husband’s first wife had congenital kidney disease and underwent four kidney transplants in her short (48 year) lifetime. Her life would have been much shorter if not for those selfless donors. Everyone in our family is a registered donor.

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