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The next phase of the public information campaign about the new system of organ donation in Wales starts this week.
Television, radio and digital adverts will be broadcast and all homes in Wales will receive an information pack to encourage people to start thinking about their organ donation choices.
The most recent survey of public attitudes towards the changes shows that the proportion of adults aware of them has increased from 57% in June 2014 to 63% in March 2015.
The new Wales-only soft opt-out system of organ donation comes into being on 1 December 2015.
Mike Griffiths reports on the Welsh Government's drive to raise awareness of the changes to organ donation law, which comes into effect in Wales in two years time.
Two years today the new Welsh organ donation law will come into effect. It'll mean people who live and die in Wales will have to say if they don't want their organs donated.
The move is controversial with some religious groups who are opposed to it.
But, the First Minister for Wales says the law will benefit those people who are happy to donate their organs but don't get around to signing the register.
The Welsh Government has launched a campaign including a website with stories of people who have been affected in different ways by organ donation. The aim is to ensure people are made aware of the legislation, and their choices, before it comes into force on 1st December, 2015.
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