An organ-donation law named after a girl from Barnstaple has come into effect.
Max and Keira's law is named after nine-year-old Keira Ball who died in a car crash in 2017.
Her organs helped save the lives of four people - including ten-year-old Max Johnson.
The new law means people must now opt-out of becoming organ donors.
The bill to change the organ donation law was backed by all major parties.
Government ministers said last year the change in the rules in England could save up to 700 lives a year by increasing the number of organs available.
Speaking on the day the law was introduced, 20 May, Keira's dad, Joe Ball, says the fact that his daughter's legacy will go on for years is "brilliant."
See below how the first proposals for the law last year brought hope to both Keira's mother and other families:
In May 2018, after more than a year on the transplant list, Jayden received a new heart.