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Read about the enormous generosity of our donors and their families, and find out just how life changing organ tranplants can be.
Mother-of-two Kath, from Hertfordshire, gets her life back after a double heart and lung transplant
Rex was diagnosed with Alports syndrome at the age of two, a disease which can lead to deterioration in kidney function.
Eleven-year-old Rhys nearly died when he suffered a heart attack while suffering from cardiomyopathy.
Jane, from Purley, London, helped five people when her organs were donated.
Sheeba, from Corby, went into kidney failure due to a genetic condition which claimed her sister's life.
Rich from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, he ended up in a coma when his liver failed for unknown reasons.
Meet Diana, she had a liver transplant on 14th September 2008 after being told she had acute liver failure.
Gillian and Peter, her husband of almost 40 years, discussed their wish to donate their organs with their two daughters. After suffering a brain haemorrhage, she donated her organs to at least four people.
Meet Liz, she is a 54 year old nurse from Ashbourne in Derbyshire. In October 1994 the unthinkable happened to Liz and her family.
Richard has had a busy and active time since he received a life-saving heart transplant at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital in 1987.