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4,404,170 Registered Donors
1,530 Awaiting Transplant 4.30.2024)
1,273 Kidney (waiting: 4.30.2024)
184 Liver (waiting: 4.30.2024)
45 Heart (waiting: 4.30.2024)
44 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting: 4.30.2024)
9 Lung (waiting: 4.30.2024)
5 Pancreas (waiting: 4.30.2024)
3 Intestine (waiting: 4.30.2024)

Liver Donation

The liver can begin to fail from a number of reasons including cancer and hepatitis. Liver transplants are life-saving. To learn more about liver donation visit one of the following links: