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With over 4,000 Canadians waiting for an organ transplant, inform yourself about the importance of becoming a donor
Not sure about being about being an organ donor? here are 4,000 Canadians waiting for a transplant
In Canada, most of us are more likely to require an organ transplant than find ourselves in a position to provide organs for donation. However, life is unpredictable.
The fact is, any life can suddenly be cut short by an automobile accident, catastrophic injury (e.g., non-survivable stroke, aneurysm or heart attack), or other unforeseen circumstances.
If you’ve never given much thought to organ donation, you may be interested in the following facts:
If you’d like to help other Canadians to be part of your legacy, share your wishes with your family and sign on as an organ donor. To find out how, go to the Canadian Society of Transplantation, or check with your local motor vehicle branch or provincial health authority.
Originally published in Wellness Matters, Canada Wide Media’s quarterly newsletter on health and wellness.