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New figures released by the Welsh Government show for the first time a significant increase in the donation after brain stem death (DBD) consent rates in Wales (88.2%) when compared to England (73.3%).
NHS Blood and Transplant is pleased to confirm the appointment of Betsy Bassis as its new Chief Executive.
We have embarked on a three-year project to produce a universal plasma filtration system that will mean patients who need transfusions won’t have to wait for blood-matched plasma.
This Inter Faith Week (11-18 November)1 NHS Blood and Transplant is encouraging people across the different faiths to help dispel myths and misconceptions by talking about organ donation.
Fewer platelet transfusions will prevent death or major bleeding in 7 out of 100 premature neonates with severe thrombocytopenia.
NHS Blood and Transplant has opened a new and improved new blood donor centre in Leicester with an urgent appeal for more than 5,900 new blood donors by 2020.
Jackie Doyle Price calls on MPs to champion organ donation in their constituencies and challenge perceived risks and myths.
NHS Blood and Transplant and ITV2 join forces to appeal for young blood donors through a Halloween campaign.
NHS Blood and Transplant reveals this World Sight Day (October 11) that its eye banks are 19% below the level needed to supply hospitals and are asking people to think about donating their corneas.
This Black History Month NHS Blood and Transplant is urging black people to join the rising numbers saving lives in their community by registering as blood and organ donors.
People with Group O blood wait longer for a heart transplant than those with other blood groups, data published in NHS Blood and Transplant’s annual report into Cardiothoracic Organ Donation and Transplantation shows.
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