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    Programs that maintain computerized repositories of information about individuals who have registered their intent to donate organs and tissue and the conditions under which they may be used; provide cards that people who want to donate vital organs, tissue or their entire bodies (for purposes of anatomical study) can complete, sign and carry with them; or issue stickers which can be affixed to an individual's driver license indicating the intent to donate.

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    Gift of Life Donor ProgramResponsible for recovery and distribution of organs and tissues used in life-saving and life-enhancing transplants. In Pennsylvania, you can add the donor designation to your driver's license. You can also add the designation to your driver's license record at any time by registering online at www.donatelife-pa.org. Gift of Life Donor ProgramGift of Life Donor Program
    Living BankOldest and largest national organ donor education organization in the United States. Keeps computerized database of more than two million potential donors who have committed to donate organs after death and a database of living donors who are willing to donate a kidney to a matching recipient. Provides information services to transplant centers and patients to assist in locating living donors for kidney transplants. Also provides counseling for recipients and living donors before, during and after transplant and provides travel/accommodation stipends for living donors. Sponsors the planting of trees to honor donors. Living BankLiving Bank
    United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)Manages the nation's organ transplant system under contract with the federal government. Manages the national transplant waiting list, matches donors to recipients, maintains the database of transplants in the U.S., develops policies and educates transplant professionals and the general public about transplants.United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)

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