At Organs for Life, our mission is to make organ transplants safer, less costly, and more available. If we are successful, there might no longer be a waitlist for life-saving organ transplants. We are committed to supporting medical research and technology to develop innovative solutions that enhance the efficiency of organ transplants.
Join us in our journey to transform organ transplantation and make a lasting impact on the lives of those awaiting a second chance at life. Together, we aspire to bring hope, health, and the gift of life to individuals and families across the globe.
According to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, there were 46,632 organ transplants performed in 2023 in the United States. However, roughly 103,000 Americans are currently on the transplant waiting list. Whether or not you know someone who needs or has had an organ transplant, it is statistically likely you will in your lifetime.
The current problems we face with organ transplants:
- A very short window of time to preserve the viability of the organ after donation.
- Distance and transport issues, slowing down the donation process.
- Delays in matching donor and recipient viability.
The Result? Thousands of potentially life-saving donor organs go unused every year that could have saved a life.
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