Organ Donation

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IndyCar Driver Wilson From Longmont Saves 6 Lives By Donating Organs, Fans Pay Tribute

IndyCar driver Justin Wilson is altering lives in death. His younger brother said Tuesday on Twitter that Wilson saved six lives by donating his organs.


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Mead Woman Counting On Kindness Of Strangers For Kidney Donation

A woman from Mead is counting on the kindness of strangers in her search for a kidney donor.


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The Gift: Denver Attorney Donates Kidney To Stranger

Each night at the dinner table growing up, David Rochlin’s parents would ask him, “What did you do for other people today?”


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Boulder Lung Transplant Recipient Says 10-Year-Old Deserves Chance At Life

A man who is alive thanks to a lung transplant believes a child who desperately needs a lung transplant but isn’t eligible, deserves a chance at life.


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Just 1 Organ Donor Can Help More Than 100 People

It’s no secret that organ and tissue donation saves lives. Just one donor can help more than 100 people.



Organ Donation Campaign Aims To Dissolve Myths

This week is “Resolve To Donate Life” week when Colorado’s organ donation campaign works to dissolve myths surrounding the process.



1 Organ & Tissue Donor Can Help 109 Lives

One organ and tissue donor can help 109 people, and because of advancements in medicine, the demand for donors is only increasing.



Divisive Organ Donation Plan Shelved In Colorado

A divisive plan to boost organ and tissue donations in Colorado by switching all driver’s license applicants to donors unless they opt has been shelved after the plan sparked loud opposition.



Organ Donation Change Appears Unlikely In Colorado

An idea to boost organ donations in Colorado by classifying all applicants for driver’s licenses as donors unless they opt out appears unlikely to become law this year.


Colorado State Capitol

Organ Donor By Choice or By Ignorance?

When strictly examined through the lens of the need for organs, the program can look like it is worth it. But when examined from the angle of the freedom and rights of the individual, the idea’s merit becomes far murkier.



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