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4,126,925 Registered Donors
1,312 Awaiting Transplant (5.31.2021)
1,118 Kidney (waiting)
128 Liver (waiting)
46 Heart (waiting)
18 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting)
15 Lung (waiting)
1 Intestine (waiting)
6 Pancreas (waiting)
1 Heart/Lung (waiting)

Religious Information

Most major religions, with the exception of Shinto, approve of organ and tissue donation and consider it a gift, a humanitarian act of giving. Transplantation is consistent with the life-preserving traditions of most faiths, and others consider donation a matter of personal choice. Visit Organdonor.gov for additional information. If you have any questions, speak to your spiritual or religious advisor.