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Family members sign up as organ donors after teen’s death

A FAMILY of six had signed up to become organ donors following the death of a son in 2007, reported i>Harian Metro/i>.


Organ donors need to tell immediate families of pledge

ORGAN donors should inform their immediate family members of their pledge to avoid any objection from them.

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Organ donors in China may double this year

BEIJING: Organ donors in China are expected to exceed 5,000 this year, nearly twice the number in 2015, when voluntary donations became the only legal source of organs, the China Organ Trans­plantation Deve­lopment Founda­tion said.


Organ donors needed

JOHOR BARU: Patients in critical need of organ transplants play the waiting game, some for as long as 12 years due to a lack of organ donors.

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Nearly 170,000 registered as organ donors in 2015

SHANGHAI: Nearly 170,000 people registered as organ donors in China by the end of last year, an event to remember organ donors in China was told in Shanghai.

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Less than 1% Malaysians signed up as organ donors

JOHOR BARU: The number of Malaysians who have registered to become organ donors is still low, with only less than 1% having made the pledge to do so out of 32 million Malaysians.


Health Ministry sets sights on new drivers, students as organ donors

KLANG: The Health Ministry plans to work with the Transport Ministry to encourage new drivers to become organ donors when applying for their driving noshade size=-1 width=100%>


Lee Lam Thye: Only 446 Malaysians registered as organ donors since 1976

KUALA LUMPUR: Since 1976 until Jan 31 this year, only 446 organ donors have been registered in the country.


Singapore to assume all Muslims are willing organ donors

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A new Islamic ruling in Singapore will assume that all Muslims are willing organ donors unless they choose to opt out, Singapore's Muslim authority said on Friday.


Organ donors ‘live on’ in other people’s bodies when they die, says advocate

PETALING JAYA: Death marks the end of the road for many, but organ donors choose to give life to others through their donations, said Voice of Women president Chew Hoong Ling.