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Unfortunately there are many types of illnesses that cause different organs to stop functioning properly and the only way to save the patient's life is through organ transplant.
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Do you need an organ transplant?  Have you undergone an organ transplant?  What are your rights?
  
* The follow organs may be transplanted in Israel today: kidney, lung, liver (and liver lobes), heart, and pancreas.
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Unfortunately there are many types of illnesses that cause different organs to stop functioning properly and the only way to save the patient's life and enable him/her to return to an active life is through an organ transplant.  Today in Israel, many different organs  (kidney, lung, liver, liver lobes, heart, and pancreas) and tissues (corneal, bones, ligaments, joints, skin, and heart valves)  are able to be transplanted.
* The following types of tissue may be transplanted in Israel today: corneal, bone (osseous tissue), ligament, joint, skin, and heart valve.
 
  
Please note that there are two other related portals: '''[[Live Organ Donation]]''' and '''[[Post-Mortem Organ Donation (Adi Card)]]'''.
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This portal contains information about processes and rights related to transplant patients.


Do you need an organ transplant? Have you undergone an organ transplant? What are your rights?

Unfortunately there are many types of illnesses that cause different organs to stop functioning properly and the only way to save the patient's life and enable him/her to return to an active life is through an organ transplant. Today in Israel, many different organs (kidney, lung, liver, liver lobes, heart, and pancreas) and tissues (corneal, bones, ligaments, joints, skin, and heart valves) are able to be transplanted.

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Aid Organizations

Government Agencies

Court Rulings

Laws and Regulations

Additional Publications

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