A retrospective analysis in Germany shows:
In 2019, twice as many organs could have been donated than was realized. If the clinics had mediated these 2300 deaths for transplantation.
Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide depend on organ donation. In Germany alone, in 2021, almost ten thousand patients.
They urgently need a donor organ without which you will not survive the next month.
Here we would like to give you a brief insight into the urgency of organ donation and related systemic problems, both human and political. An attempt to explain why organ donation numbers here have had a steady 28% decline over the last 10 years.