- Location: North Carolina
Organ Donation in North CarolinaSave Lives by becoming an Organ Donor in North Carolina Register Now ►
Make a difference by donating your organs, eyes or tissues.
According to the U.S. government's Organ Donor website, there are more than 90,000 people waiting for organ transplants. Each day 74 people receive an organ, but 18 people also die each day waiting for transplants that won't happen because there is a shortage of organs.
There are many myths surrounding organ donation. You can get the facts by visiting North Carolina's organ procurement organization, Carolina Donor Services.
There is no age limit on donating organs; donation is determined according to medical suitability and physical condition. There isn't any cost to you or your family if you choose to donate.
You can also print out and carry a donor card with you; it's a legal document when signed and witnessed.
It's important to discuss your wishes with your family so there is no confusion. Then family members will not have to make the decision at the time of your death, and your preference to donate or not to donate will be carried out.Other Topics in This SectionArticles
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