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            [total] => 1,316
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4,151,266 Registered Donors
1,316 Awaiting Transplant (8.31.2021)
1,120 Kidney (waiting) (8.31.2021)
128 Liver (waiting) (8.31.2021)
49 Heart (waiting) (8.31.2021)
22 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting) (8.31.2021)
12 Lung (waiting) (8.31.2021)
1 Intestine (waiting) (8.31.2021)
6 Pancreas (waiting) (8.31.2021)
1 Heart/Lung (waiting) (8.31.2021)

Resources

Whether looking to gain more information on the donation process, or a donor family looking for support and guidance navigating life after a loved one has passed, there are various resources available from which to choose.  Missouri is fortunate to have three procurement agencies, ten transplant hospitals, seven willed body programs, and six various associations and foundations that all support, educate, and promote organ, eye, and tissue donation.  Missouri, along with multiple national organizations, work together to provide the best resources possible.  Explore the tabs to the left to learn more about the resources Missouri has to offer.