Michael Buerk talks to Di Franks about her decision to give a kidney to a stranger.
The story of what happens when the death of a child allows others to live.
The story of what happens when the death of a child miraculously allows others to live.
How much should a seriously ill 17-year-old know about his condition and its prognosis?
The story of the birth of a new fatwa on organ donation in the UK
Ernie Rea discusses the complex religious and ethical arguments around organ donation.
Is the NHS doing enough to combat the crisis in organ donations? Allan Urry investigates.
Gerry Northam examines the problems being posed by the shortage of organs for transplants.
Dr Mark Porter explores what life is like after having a transplanted organ.
Surgeon Stephen Westaby explores the events leading up to the first heart transplant.
Following bypass surgery, Giles Fraser continues his exploration of the human heart.
In 1967, Christiaan Barnard performed the first heart transplant operation.
Could research on pigs provide a replacement larynx for humans?