Interfaith Week takes place between 12-19 November 2017. NHS Blood and Transplant is committed to working with the various faith communities to increase understanding of organ donation.
NHS Blood and Transplant reveals this World Sight Day (Thursday October 12) that its eye banks are 21% below the level needed supply hospitals. We are calling on more people to agree to donate their sight to meet the growing demand for corneas in the ageing population.
NHSBT welcomes the commitment made in the Prime Minister's speech to increasing organ donation and transplantation
Thank you for all your support during Organ Donation Week 2017.
NHS and Blood and Transplant has identified the donor who saved or transformed the most lives ever through organ donation.
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) wants to educate more young people about organ and tissue donation.
More than three families a week are saying no to organ donation because they didn’t know what their relative wanted.
NHS Blood and Transplant has been made aware of a web based business, Organ Tree Ltd, offering payment for deceased organ donation. We have absolutely no association with this business.
Organ Donation Week 2017
The number of people currently known to be alive thanks to organ transplants has broken 50,000 for the first time.