From 1st December, Wales will become the first country in the UK to introduce a new soft opt-out system for organ and tissue donation.
The new law will presume consent for people's organs and tissues to be donated unless they stipulate otherwise.
On top of this, the new law will mean a person's family and friends will have a significant role to play in the ultimate decision to donate an organ.
However, the new law has not always been popular, with some faith groups having strong reservations about the change.
For the last three years, thousands of conversations have been taking place from all sides to understand the arguments.
The South Wales Islamic Centre says the changes to the organ donation law has been a major discussion point.
It says that organ donation is a choice between two important principles; the wholeness of the body versus saving someone's life.
For some in the Christian church, the process of giving has caused the most concern about donation.
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