Living Kidney Donation

A few of the main things about kidney donations: There is a huge demand for donors, especially healthy, living donors You don’t have to be a match You can donate even if you don’t have anyone in mind As a living donor, if you ever would need a kidney yourself, you would be given priority on the UNOS waitlist for a deceased donor kidney.
In the case of donating through the National Kidney Registry, the donor would receive a living donor kidney. On average, a living donor kidney lasts twice as long as a deceased donor kidney.

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