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  • recipient
  • Each tissue is extremely valuable to the recipient. (grundyco.org)
  • More than 245 teams participated, most connected through the story of an organ donor or recipient - or someone on the waiting list. (njtoday.net)
  • For either legislative or policy purposes, the HTA distinguishes a number of different concepts in living organ donation which includes whether the donor and recipient have a genetic or pre-existing emotional relationship e.g. friends of long standing, before the need for a transplant arose. (hta.gov.uk)
  • organizations
  • The roundtable speakers-scientists, policy experts, physicians, and leaders from U.S. federal agencies and nongovernmental organizations-covered the full spectrum of human tissue donation, from a transplant surgeon who initiates the cycle of tissue recovery in the operating room to a scientist who uses human cells to study drug development for preclinical trials. (pcrm.org)
  • medical
  • Tissue is distributed based on patient need, availability and medical criteria. (peoriacounty.org)
  • If the organs or tissues can't be transplanted, it is possible that the organs or tissues may be helpful in medical research. (marshallfuneralhome.com)
  • Organ donation is a life-saving and life-transforming medical process where organs are removed from a donor and transplanted into someone who is very ill or dying from organ failure. (healthdirect.gov.au)
  • At the time of passing, the appropriate donation professionals will review the patient's medical and social histories and review current medical tests to determine eligibility for donation. (uwhealth.org)
  • The use of human tissues in scientific research has already improved health care by leading to discoveries in disease progression, drug development, and medical procedures. (pcrm.org)
  • Organs-on-chips, 3D bioprinting, and other cutting-edge methods that use human tissues produce results that better translate to human health," says Physicians Committee research policy specialist Janine McCarthy, M.P.H., who recently presented her work on increasing the use of human tissue in medical research at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Washington, D.C. (pcrm.org)
  • VA medical centers must verify annually in January of each calendar year with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that an eye bank or tissue bank has complied with the FDA registration requirements of 21 CFR part 1271 and that the registration status is active before permitting an eye bank or tissue bank to receive protected health information. (cornell.edu)
  • Each of the documents I've mentioned contains an opportunity for organ and/or tissue donation for purposes of transplant, medical study and/or education. (poconorecord.com)
  • The awards were created in 2008 to recognize the commitment of Colorado hospitals, medical centers and healthcare professionals to saving lives through organ and tissue donation. (denverhealth.org)
  • CBER [Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, one of six main centers for the FDA] is responsible for regulating many types of human tissues and cells, which are transplanted during various medical procedures to restore proper function to patients. (liveonny.org)
  • Promote
  • She now runs an adult daycare facility, but also spends a lot of time working to promote organ and tissue donation to African Americans. (scpr.org)
  • The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) created an optional program through which a hospital can win a HRSA Medal of Honor for their work to promote organ, tissue and eye donation. (uwhealth.org)
  • Media relations can be a very effective and inexpensive way to promote donation and the Donor Registry, but if done incorrectly or without an appropriate amount of strategy, planning or follow through, it can be counterproductive to your goal. (uwhealth.org)
  • Facts, merchandise, everything you need to know about efforts to promote donation on a national basis. (uwhealth.org)