Recently i read a fascinating story.In Delhi in Sir Gangaram hospital, businessman as per his last wishes offered his organs, liver, two kidneys to the patients who needed to get new lease of life.
After death his son called doctors to remove his organs and arranged transplant who were in need of these organs.
Patients were successfully operated and transplantation was perfect and three people have got new life.
In future if government encourages such donors then there will be new movement and awareness among communities and can extend life of people who needs .
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