In this week's programme, Wales This Week speaks to those who have been directly affected by organ donation in Wales, and we investigate controversial Welsh Government plans to introduce an opt-out donor scheme .
Wales This Week, From the Heart, is on Monday at 8 on ITV Cymru Wales
An opinion poll looking at our attitudes towards an opt out system of organ donation in Wales has shown most of us favour the move.
Almost half of those questioned for the Welsh Government said they liked the idea with 22 per cent saying they were against.
Dr Chris Jones, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, says the poll also found support was strongest among older people and those living in North Wales and weakest among the young and people living in Swansea.
Wales will be the first place in the UK to have an opt out system of organ donation should the law change.
The majority of people in Wales who responded to a consultation agree with plans for opt out organ donation. The Welsh Government intends to introduce presumed consent where people's organs are available for donation after their death unless they've formally objected. Rob Shelley reports.
Rhys Llewellyn nearly died before Christmas because there wasn't a suitable donor for his heart transplant.
But just before Christmas, he got given the heart that saved his life. He talks to reporter Nicola Hendy about his experiences on the waiting list.