What is an organ transplant?
Organ transplantation is when organs or tissues are taken from a 'donor' and given to a 'recipient.'
What can be transplanted?
Major organs such as the heart, kidneys, liver and lungs can be transplanted. Tissues such as skin, bone, heart valves and connective tissues can also be transplanted.
How is it transplanted?
The most common way of transplantation of the major organs is from 'dead donors.' Dead donors are only available for a matter of hours and therefore are very difficult for the donor's family to decide what they want to be done with the organs.…
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