Organ donor law making 'real difference'
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Organ donation law making real difference, health minister says

The organ donation "opt-out" law introduced in Wales one year ago is making a real difference, the health secretary has said.

Adults are regarded as having allowed organ donation unless they have opted out.

In the last year, there have been 160 organs transplanted and 39 were through deemed consent.

Vaughan Gething told BBC Wales health correspondent Owain Clarke the numbers were encouraging and awareness had increased.

  • 01 Dec 2016
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