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4,249,400 Registered Donors
1,406 Awaiting Transplant (7.31.2022)
1,197 Kidney (waiting) (7.31.2022)
141 Liver (waiting) (7.31.2022)
34 Heart (waiting) (7.31.2022)
34 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting) (7.31.2022)
18 Lung (waiting) (7.31.2022)
6 Pancreas (waiting) (7.31.2022)
1 Intestine (waiting) (7.31.2022)

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National Minority Donor Awareness Month

August 1, 2021 August 31, 2021

National Minority Donor Awareness Month seeks to save and improve the quality of life of diverse communities. How? By creating a positive culture for organ, eye and tissue donation. The month has three focus areas. The first is on education. The second, to encourage families to talk about and register as donors, and third, to promote healthy living. Healthy living reduces the need for a transplant. Learn more at www.organdonor.gov/awarenessweek/awarenessweek.html.

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