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The Truth Saves Lives

Doctors will do everything they can to save a life.
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Organ donation is only discussed after all life-saving methods have failed and a patient has died.

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LIFELINE STORIES

In a father’s words:
“Steph had a remarkable life.”
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Billy Mutter reflects on his daughter Stephanie Green’s remarkable life for Father’s Day.

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U.S residents are waiting
for a life-saving transplant.
%
Virginians have signed up to be organ, eye and tissue donors.
%
Virginians are undecided about registering for organ, eye and tissue donation.
people
die each day waiting for a match.

95% of Americans say that they support organ donation but only 54% have registered.
Among the 115,000 people waiting on a life-saving transplant, 2,400 live right here in Virginia.
There is a critical shortage of organs, tissues and eyes available for donation.
Lives are at stake. Register to be an organ donor today and tell others why you #SayYES.

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