Today, the success of the U.S. organ transplantation system requires the cooperation of many people and highly sophisticated technology. And it is all dependent on gifts of selfless generosity from donors and families who have chosen to enhance the lives of others through organ donation.
Advances in transplantation science are helping to save more lives than ever. But there is a critical shortage of organ donations and a continually-growing list of patients waiting for a lifesaving transplant, because there simply aren't enough organs for everyone who needs them. This makes organ sharing a very hot topic which has caused a great deal of ethical debate and the spread of untrue myths about donation and transplantation.
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