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Global Meltdown - Selling Kidneys Catching Up In the West

 I feel law should be made strict to hospitals before any organ transplants,a clear intimation shld be provided to govt as who is the donor/recipient,and to which country he belongs.

Posted By : Dr.kiran raghunathan, on Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Donor Kidneys can be Harvested from Cardiac Arrest Casualties

 Excellent Information.

Posted By : Ling, on Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Potential Of Cadaver Transplantation Programme In India

 It is very useful in our site

Posted By : Raja, on Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Heart Transplant In Chennai Makes History, Saves 2-Year-Old Child

 Hi I am interested in donating my body to those who need it once I am gone.Can you let me know the paper work involved and the organizations i can get in touch with Thanks

Posted By : Ritu Bahel, on Sunday, February 22, 2009

Southern Indian State Formulates Rules to Facilitate Transplantation of Human Organs

 I would like to work in this field, by creating awareness in public. Please guide me. I am in computor graphics and animation. This is a noble work.

Posted By : Hemant Shah, on Saturday, June 21, 2008

Amendment in Human Organ Transplantation Act

 It will give boost to the cadaver programme in India

Posted By : Nancy, on Sunday, March 23, 2008

A crusader of organ donation in India passed away in Pune. She was Ms.Nayan Dhamdhere.

 I am the student of NMIMS University, pursuing my MBA(social entrepreneurship). I am doing my social marketing project on "organ Donation" along with my colleagues Dr. Nandish, Rohit Sing, Amol Ghone & Seema Pawaskar. If you could tell us more about the work done, modus operandie of Ms. Nayan Dhamdhere, we would be grateful. We would like to add something in her nobel act.

Posted By : Vishnu Patankar, on Wednesday, March 19, 2008

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