Happy Sunday y’all and welcome to another post from The Provider’s Group! We hope this post reaches you and your family in good health and spirits. It’s been an eerie and strange time this year, so we hope you’re not only taking care of yourself physically, but we hope you’re taking care of yourselves mentally and spiritually as well. And with that being said, we’re gonna jump right into today’s topic!
Although the kidney is the most common organ donated from living organ donors, parts of the liver, lung, intestine, and pancreas can also be donated.
Now that you’ve been presented with options, we hope that you can make an informed decision on whether you’d like to become a living or deceased organ donor. Remember to make your decision soundly and informed, and do not make your decision due to guilt or pressure. Welp, that concludes the topic for this week, y’all. Have an amazing week and don’t forget to come back next week for our next post! Be Blessed!
Information presented in this blog comes from https://unos.org/wp- content/uploads/unos/Living_Donation.pdf