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The data were tabulated, and we recorded the average participation rate of Canadian urology residents in organ procurement surgeries.
Despite its limitations, organ procurement may help remedy this situation.
For information on the local chapter of TRIO, and One Legacy, the Southern California Organ Procurement Organization, call TRIO president Ron Taubman at (818) 701-2977 or e-mail www.
The 1984 law also set up the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) to promote the sharing of organs across geographic boundaries.
CompuCom has made a commitment to evangelize what LifeGift and other organ procurement organizations seek to accomplish by officially joining in a national effort entitled, "Workplace Partnership for Life".
However, in his proclamation making April National Donate Life Month, he acknowledged including $25 million in his 205 budget proposal for organ procurement and transplantation efforts and noted he had signed the transplant bill.
After outlining these problems she explores alternative structures that could enhance organ procurement and then makes the case for a hybrid altruistic-commoditization system that "embraces a transparent but limited market approach" to organ procurement.
For information about the organ procurement program used to help Jessica, contact One Legacy at (800) 338-6112.
AlloSource provides service to the country's most reputable non-profit organ procurement organizations that have direct input and oversight into the company's business operations.
com)-- On Wednesday June 10, 2015, the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) recognized Lloyd Jordan, CEO of Carolina Donor Services, by presenting him with the Association's 2015 Achievement Award.
Thousands of lives are saved each year with organ transplants, but thousands more are waiting to be saved," said Susan Stuart, president and CEO of CORE, one of the 58 federally designated not-for-profit organ procurement organizations (OPOs) in the United States.
organ procurement organization) has met with opposition from several tissue banks in eastern Pennsylvania.