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Support group forming to address donor issues

For someone waiting for an organ transplant, each day brings a unique set of challenges and obstacles unfamiliar to most people. Judy Downs and her husband, Bob, face...

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Life Alaska, Inc. promotes donations

...made available outside the state. As of July 2001, there were 77,447 people on the national waiting list for an organ transplant, and approximately 15 men, women, and children die each day on the waiting list because there are not enough donors...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/100301/dis_100301dis0001.shtml
Blood donations needed now

...as much difference as anything. "The need for blood in Alaska's hospitals is real for patients with cancer, organ transplant recipients and for accident victims." Large said. "A single pint of blood could help save the lives of up to...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/011408/news_3580.shtml
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April proclaimed "Donate Life Month"

...those individuals live right here in Alaska. Unfortunately, 18 people die each day waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. "It is imperative that we all take action now to give more people a second chance at life. Last year, more than...

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