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National Donate Life Month is designed to help encourage Americans to register as organ, eye, and tissue donors and to celebrate those who have saved lives through the gift of donation.
The 2018 National Donate Life Month (NDLM) art was inspired by the image of a rainbow, and Maya Angelou’s quote, “Be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud.”
State Rep. Steve Cookson, R-Poplar Bluff, and State Rep. Donna Baringer, D-St. Louis City, successfully facilitated the implementation of a program that will allow Missourians to register to be organ and tissue donors when purchasing a hunting or fishing license from the Missouri Department of Conservation.
The Southeast Missouri Department of Athletics and Mid-America Transplant have announced a new partnership aimed at raising awareness about organ, eye and tissue donation while honoring and celebrating organ and tissue donors, donor families, and transplant recipients.
She beings her two-year term immediately.
Clinical researchers who have received funding from the Mid-America Transplant Foundation, presented progress on their research, which is expected to impact donation and transplantation within the next three to five years.
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A historic number of organ donations in Mid-America Transplant’s service area led to more lives saved than in any other year in its history. Mid-America Transplant facilitated the recovery of 718 lifesaving organs from 223 selfless, heroic organ donors in 2017.
Rhonda Robert knows how difficult the holidays can be without a loved one. That’s why she was inspired to create an organ and tissue donor memorial for donor families in southeast Missouri by honoring their loved ones at the Holiday of Lights display at Cape County Parks.
The Foundation’s Clinical Innovation Fund aims to support research that will impact transplantation within 3-5 years.