Wales This Week: From The Heart is now available to watch online
The Welsh Government has recently announced radical proposals to boost the number of organs which are available for donation.
Under the Human Transplantation (Wales) Bill, currently going through the Senedd, people would be deemed to have given consent for their organs to be donated, unless they sign out of the register. It's known as a soft-opt out system because bereaved families would be able to object to this 'deemed consent'.
However, many faith and patient groups have raised concerns. The Archbishop of Wales, Barry Morgan is in favour of organ donation, but has reservations regarding deemed consent.
The Health minister, Lesley Griffiths, believes that there are considerable benefits to the bill.
The debate over the changes to the law in Wales will go on, but if passed, Wales could lead the way in organ donation rates in the UK, and reduce the numbers waiting for transplant.
Tonight, in a special episode of Wales This Week, we take a look at the arguments both for, and against a soft-opt out scheme in Wales, and we speak to the people whose lives have been directly affected by organ donation.
*Wales This Week, From The Heart is on tonight at 8 on ITV Cymru Wales *