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4,413,154 Registered Donors
1,539 Awaiting Transplant 5.31.2024)
1,285 Kidney (waiting: 5.31.2024)
176 Liver (waiting: 531.2024)
48 Heart (waiting: 5.31.2024)
44 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting: 5.31.2024)
12 Lung (waiting: 5.31.2024)
6 Pancreas (waiting: 5.31.2024)
4 Intestine (waiting: 5.31.2024)

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Faces of Donation

Without the organ donor, there is no story, no hope, no transplant. But when there is an organ donor, life springs from death, sorrow turns to hope and a terrible loss becomes a gift.

– Reprinted from the 2009 UNOS Annual Report