Last year, Wales became the first part of the UK where people automatically become donors after their death unless they object beforehand.Read the full story ›
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With organ donation laws changing from today, Andrea Byrne visits Wales’ busiest transplant unit.Read the full story ›
Wales has now become the first country in the UK to change the law governing organ donation to a soft opt-out system.Read the full story ›
Tomorrow Wales takes a radical new step in organ donation. Rob Osborne has been taking a look at what the future may hold.Read the full story ›
Kayleigh Old had a life-saving operation in June. She hopes changes in the law around organ donation will help thousands like her.Read the full story ›
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.
"I believe that the change to the law on organ donation gives more choice to individuals as you can opt in, out or do nothing and have deemed consent for donation. It will empower people to decide what they want to happen after their death, taking the pressure off their loved ones at such a terrible time. It is the kindest and greatest gift you can give once you have gone."