Ministers hint at reform to organ donor laws in England as Yorkshire MP continues campaign

Ministers have signalled that the Government is willing to change the laws surrounding organ donations in England in order to increase the number of transplants.

Responding to a question from the Barnsley MP Dan Jarvis, the First Secretary of State, Damian Green, said the Department of Health is looking at similar reforms in Scotland and Wales “to see if those can give rise” to improvements.

Read more at: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/ministers-hint-at-reform-to-organ-donor-laws-in-england-as-yorkshire-mp-continues-campaign-1-8646352

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2 Responses to Ministers hint at reform to organ donor laws in England as Yorkshire MP continues campaign

  1. Cliff Topp says:

    And not before time, far too many people dying for a lack of transplants. It should have been implied, opt-out from the beginning when it was first set up with the kidney donor cards.

  2. poetmorgan says:

    “So they didn’t have time to find the donor’s medical records and that is how I got HIV, Hep B, and Malaria………”

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