donor card


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donor card

a card carried by a person to show that the bodily organs specified on it may be used for transplants after the person's death
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Entrance tickets are at P100 and donor cards at P200 are available in Tesoro's outlets on Arnaiz Avenue, Makati; and Mabini Street, Manila; and at 6/F Special Projects Unit, 2330 Department of Foreign Affairs Building, Pasay City.
There is no option on the donor card to donate your hands.
WHILE the Union Health Ministry has permitted transfer of blood from one blood bank to another, health experts have expressed concern over acceptance of blood donor cards in all blood banks and exchange of blood between private and government hospitals.
A blood donor card or driver's license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in.
The reasons why are varied and complex but carrying the donor card has never been more important.
One donor card holder can help five patients waiting for organs," he said.
I have signed both Burt and Rosie, his sister, up - they both have donor cards.
It is also now possible to store an organ donor card, the e-card, on smartphones.
If his WSJ article and book result in people opting out of signing a donor card or donor registry, he could find himself facing the same important question: "If You Needed a Kidney or Other Vital Organ to Live, Would You Be Able to Get One?
I have always carried a donor card, but due to the Government's interference with our lives from birth to death and now after death, I have now made a difficult decision to destroy my card and issued instructions to my family that my organs are to be used ONLY for my family.
London, Feb 5 (ANI): The Vatican has denied that Pope Benedict will donate his organs after death, saying that his donor card became invalid after he ceased to be a cardinal and became pontiff.