First Steps

If you are considering being a living organ donor, it’s important to educate yourself about the donation process, required testing, financial considerations, risks and recovery.

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If you decide to pursue non-directed donation, you will need to contact transplant centers in your area to learn more about the types of living donor transplants they perform and how to proceed.

If you are thinking about being a living donor for someone you know, you should contact their transplant center for more information.

You can also use these reports to learn more about various transplant centers:

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