Majority (51%) of Canadians Have Decided to Donate Organs after Death, But Just 27% of Those Who Wish to Donate Have Actually Registered To Do So

Nine in Ten (90%) Consider Improving Access to Organs for Those in Need of a Transplant an “Important Priority” for Canada

Friday, August 13, 2010

Toronto, ON – Most (95%) Canadians continue to ‘approve’ (69% strongly/26% somewhat) of organ and tissue donation (when people donate their organs or their tissues after death), virtually unchanged from 9 years ago, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Blood Services.

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Majority (51%) of Canadians Have Decided to Donate Organs after Death, But Just 27% of Those Who Wish to Donate Have Actually Registered To Do So

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