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In a twist on traditional cards exchanged by couples on Valentine’s Day, Moonpig has launched a limited-edition range of cards with the potential to save lives.
Nicola Newnes, a mum of two from Basildon in Essex, appeared on The One Show tonight to reveal how the show inspired her husband to save lives.
NHS Blood and Transplant is asking young people in 2018 to make a regular Date2Donate to give blood.
We want to let Londoners know that ‘Words Save Lives’ – with an appeal for people in London and surrounding areas to talk openly about organ donation.
This year 131,569 people registered to give blood for the first time - will you join them in 2018 and help to save lives?
The number of people spending Christmas on the heart transplant waiting list is 24% higher than it was last Christmas.
The NHS B Positive Choir and gospel sensation Lurine Cato launch Rise Up, to encourage more people to Rise Up and be counted as blood donors.
NHS Blood and Transplant welcomes ‘opt out’ consultation and urges a national conversation about organ donation to save lives
The rules on blood donation in England have changed. They give more people the opportunity to donate blood without affecting the safety of the blood supply.
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.
The Giving to Help Others programme has been designed for school children aged 5-11 to introduce them to the various forms of life-saving donation.
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