Closing the Living Donation Gap

If you live in Texas or work in the organ, eye and tissue donation industry, the word "diversity" is no doubt part of your vocabulary. 

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Understanding the Study: Hypothermia and Saving Lives

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine reported that keeping organ donors just 2 degrees below their normal body temperature (mild hypothermia) provided protection to donated kidneys – which resulted in improved initial function of the kidneys after they were transplanted. After the transplant, there were fewer kidneys in the mild hypothermia group that did not function well initially; in this group, fewer resulted in delayed kidney graft function, which necessitates longer hospital stays and higher costs.  

Organs transplanted in Texas continues growth through the work of Donate Life Texas

 

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LifeGift Extends the Lifesaving "Power of YES" to More Than 1,000 Patients in 2017

 

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Healing & Hope: An Interfaith Perspective on Donation and Transplantation

Ambassador of Hope Orientation - Houston

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