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.
- The follow organs may be transplanted in Israel today: kidney, lung, liver (and liver lobes), heart, and pancreas.
- The following types of tissue may be transplanted in Israel today: corneal, bone (osseous tissue), ligament, joint, skin, and heart valve.
Live Organ Donation
Organ Transplant Assignment
Pensions and Benefits
- Rights Guide for Bone Marrow Transplant Recipients
- Income Tax Exemption for People with Medical Disability
- Organ transplant abroad
- Dental Care for Organ/Bone Marrow Transplant and Prosthetic Heart Valve Recipients
- Medication Payment Ceiling for the Chronically Ill
- Receiving a copy of the evaluation committee decision
- Mazor Clinical Center - Providing Legal Advice Regarding Patients Rights in Israel
- Bilvavi - Organ donation under Halachic supervision
- Kivunim - Information Center for Patients and their Families
- Matnat Chaim – Volunteers for Kidney Transplantation
- The Israel Liver Transplantees Association
- The Israeli National Kidney Transplantees and Dialysis Patients Association
Laws and Regulations
- The Organ Transplant Law
- The Brain-Respiratory Death Law
- The Anatomy and Pathology Law, 5713-1953 (on the Nevo website)
- Ministry of Health Director Circular 11/09 from 01.03.2009 - Live Organ Transplant (Procedural Update)
- The 2004 Report of the Public Committee for the Examination of Age as a Criterion for Post-Mortem Organ Transplantation Registration