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Today marks one month to go until Wales will become the first country in the UK to introduce a new soft opt-out system for organ and tissue donation.
It will mean that you have given 'presumed consent' for your organs to be used after your death, unless you say otherwise.
Those who have had life-saving transplants are hoping that the new legislation will mean a shorter wait for donors.
The number of organ donors is rising in the lead up to Wales' historic change in the law.
An official report also says the number of people in Wales who die waiting for a transplant is falling.
More than 100,000 people have signed up to the donation register. From December a system of 'presumed consent' will be in force.
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Kayleigh Old had a life-saving operation in June. She hopes changes in the law around organ donation will help thousands like her.
The new organ donation law will be launched in Wales from December, however some faith groups have had strong reservations about the change.