Your readers may have seen in the news that the organ donation procedure in England is changing.
The introduction of Max and Keira’s Law will provide hope for the 88 people in Derbyshire currently waiting for a heart, kidney or other organ transplant.
However, evidence tells us more work will need to be done; now the Government must invest in resources to help the law change become a success.
Families will still play a role in deciding what happens to their loved one’s organs, so encouraging people to make their wishes known is essential. It is fantastic this law has been passed, but now we must have a national conversation about organ donation. That is why we’re asking your readers to talk about how they feel about organ donation with their friends and family. Knowing your loved ones organ donation wishes should be as commonplace as knowing their birthday.
Chief Executive of The British Heart Foundation
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