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Are you under 18?

Changes to organ donation law in England will affect you at 18, but...

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You can act now.

Everyone in England over the age of 18 is now considered a possible organ donor when they die, unless they’ve recorded a decision not to donate or are in one of the excluded groups.

Even if you’re not yet 18, you can decide now whether you want to become a donor and act by recording your decision and telling your family.

What you need to know

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You can save and transform up to NINE lives by passing on your organs.

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Recording your decision on the NHS Organ Donor Register takes just TWO minutes.

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It only takes ONE decision to save lives.

The choice is yours

You decide whether or not you want to become an organ donor. Nine lives. Two minutes. One decision.

Make your choice

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