|Any questions about organ donation and/or transplantation can be answered by utilizing the references listed underneath. The approved links are organizations which have allowed me direct access to link to their sites, or those sites that encourage such links being placed to them. The other resources list consists of organizations I am waiting to hear from, or those who did not choose to be directly connected to this site. These sites can be found by way of any internet search engine, such as Yahoo!, Lycos, AltaVista, or Hotbot.|
American Heart Association
Learn more about heart disease, what is being done to correct and prevent it, and transplantation.
UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing)
Since 1984...sharing organs, sharing data, sharing life. UNOS, a non-profit organization, maintains the nation's organ transplant waiting list under contract with the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
Mass General Hospital Transplantation Unit
One of the top transplant centers in the nation.
Transplantation Biology Research Center
A unit of Mass General Hospital specializing in transplant research.
Dedicated to educating the public about organ and tissue donation, correcting misconceptions about organ donations and creating a greater willingness to donate.
UNOS transplant living. Meet recipients, donor families, and professionals. Visit this site for organ and center specific data.
|OTHER RESOURCES:(easily available via search engines)
Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (or your
state's Motor Vehicles Deaprtment)
National Kidney Foundation
Gift Of Life Bone Marrow Foundation
New England Organ Bank
NorthEast Organ Procurement Organization
Lions Clubs of America Eye Banks
The Coalition on Organ and Tissue Donation
participating in an organ donor program.
I thank you. Theresa's family and friends thank you.
The many people waiting for transplants thank you.
And I'm sure that wherever our Theresa is, she would thank you too.