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While this pandemic is disrupting everyone’s daily lives, we know it is causing additional concern for those who have received a lifesaving organ transplant and the 112,000 Americans still on the national waiting list.
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Mid-America Transplant, Community, Donor Family
At Mid-America Transplant, we hold the health and safety of our employees, partners and everyone we serve as a top priority. As a precaution to the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, the organization has decided to postpone all events planned by Mid-America Transplant through April 30.
Kaylin received a lifesaving liver transplant at 18 months. Today, she enjoys school, basketball, and playing with her siblings.
Social Media campaign aims to honor African-American professional and community leaders to raise awareness about the need for more organ, eye, and tissue donors in the African-American community.
Steven Hale received a lifesaving kidney and pancreas transplant in 2019 at Saint Louis University Hospital. Today, he's able to play basketball, wake board and enjoy an active lifestyle.
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In 2019, 2504 organ and tissue donors said yes to help others through gifts of organ and tissue, leaving legacies of life, love, and healing.
Kidney and pancreas recipient, Nikki Love-McIntyre, walks in Forest Park with her husband.
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A new metric aimed at evaluating the performance of organ procurement organizations was announced in December by the Department of Health and Human Services.