Saddia Karim, a kidney dialysis patient
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Transplant patient appeals for more Muslim donors

Hospitals in the West Midlands are appealing for more Muslims to consider donating their organs.

Muslims wait on average a year longer than non-Muslims for a new kidney or liver because of a lack of donors coming forward from a matching ethnic background.

Kidney patient Saddia Karim has been speaking to Caroline Wyatt about her condition.

  • 17 Jun 2015
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