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4,281,269 Registered Donors
1,443 Awaiting Transplant (11.30.2022)
1,217 Kidney (waiting) (11.30.2022)
155 Liver (waiting) (11.30.2022)
34 Heart (waiting) (11.30.2022)
37 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting) (11.30.2022)
13 Lung (waiting) (11.30.2022)
6 Pancreas (waiting) (11.30.2022)
1 Intestine (waiting) (11.30.2022)

Pancreas Donation

Pancreas, Pancreas-Kidney and Islet Allocation

UNOS on Pancreas Transplant

Pancreas donation is the donation of a segment of the pancreas or the whole organ. According to Transplant Living, while it is possible for a living donor to donate a pancreas segment, most pancreas donation transplants involve the whole organ from a deceased donor.
With a pancreas that does not work well, it cannot produce insulin the body’s cells need to grow and function, and can lead to diabetes, hardening of the blood vessels and cause a heart attack, kidney failure or a stroke. To learn about what the pancreas does watch this video created the Transplant Living.