Organ Donors and Recipients Directory
Get more information on being an organ donor. Becoming a donor means that you are willing to donate biological tissues from your own body, whether you are living or not, to another person in need of a transplant. Being an organ donor can help save the life of the recipient or give them the ability to have a much longer and more enjoyable life. More than 100,000 people are waiting for an organ. Find out more about what you can do to help.
Organ Donation Facts
WebMD weighs the pros and cons of donating an organ.
Planning to Be an Organ Donor-Topic Overview
Introduction Donating one or more of your organs after your death can help save another person's life. Over 100,000 people in the United States are now waiting for the gift of an organ to become available for an organ transplant. Most people can be organ donors. If you are interested in donating organs or tissues,contact the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) at 1-888-894-6361 or go ...
Kidney Donor Surgery: Are You Ready?
Find out how to get your body -- and mind -- ready for kidney donor surgery.
How Are Kidney Donors Screened?
Interested in donating a kidney? Learn about the screening process.