While many are aware of the benefits of donation to the beneficiary, not all know the benefits the donor receives. Improved Quality of Life. Liver diseases such as viral hepatitis, cancer, cirrhosis and biliary atresia. Organs. Heart conditions such as coronary artery disease and heart failure. Kidney diseases such as chronic kidney disease, diabetes and metabolic disorders. education, and drug & device development. Pancreas islet cells for diabetes treatment. The benefits of using human organs and tissues for research are vast, and donating for research provides donor families with a valuable option if their loved one's organs are unsuitable for transplantation. Studies such as lung rejection management, heart transplant using cardiac death donor hearts and improving the viability of organs in transit are ongoing, and rely heavily on donated organs.
Importance of being an Organ Donor Increased Life Span.
The use of these organs and tissues enables the faster This act of yours can save someone’s life and increase his or her life span.