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HRSA: The Division of Transplantation (DoT) is within the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration''s Healthcare Systems Bureau. DoT is the primary federal entity responsible for oversight of the organ and blood stem cell transplant systems in the U.S. and for initiatives to increase the availability of organs for transplantation in this country. In compliance with National Organ Transplant Act as amended, the Division conducts a multi-pronged public outreach and education program to increase the number of registered donors. For more information, go to organdonor.gov.
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La Sonrisa de América: Se hizo posible
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Organ Donation
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Organ Donation Organ Donation

Former NFL football coach Sam Wyche is just one of the transplant recipients featured in new PSAs developed by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to boost organ donor registration.

Signing up as an organ, eye, and tissue donor costs no money and takes only minutes, yet it can transform and save lives. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of their potential to help others, so they never sign up. There are nearly 115,000 people on the national transplant waiting list right now and some will not survive because there aren't enough organs available.

The good news is one donor can save up to 8 lives and improve up to 50 more, so each registration can have an enormous impact. Help more people discover their lifesaving potential by running these PSAs.

"Made Possible" - Doing More, Thanks to Donation

The "Made Possible" campaign shares real stories to show what the gifts of life and health make possible. It highlights the transformative power of donation to encourage your audience to sign up.

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