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Kentucky organ donor affiliates announces 2023 with 693 lives saved

For the sixth consecutive year, Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) has eclipsed its previous records in saving lives and expanding the donor registry. In 2023, the gift of life from 299 organ donors translated into a remarkable 729 transplants, the most in KODA history. Thousands more individuals were impacted through tissue donation. This marks a notable 25% increase in organ donation and a 20% increase in organs transplanted compared to 2022 and the highest number of lives saved, 693, in any given year. 


“Every day, our goal is to save lives, and we are consistently amazed by the selfless choices people make when they choose donation,” said Julie Bergin, President and CEO of KODA. “Giving the gift of life is the most generous act a person can make, and without our donors and donor families, we would have lost nearly 700 of our community members last year.” 


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Kentucky's Only Statewide Business Magazine Y‘ L1 e P LLELC L A 4 ane Report’s Faster Lane Today's Featured Story 1/22/24 Kentucky organ donor affiliates announces 2023 with 693 lives saved For the sixth consecutive year, Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) has eclipsed its previous records in saving lives and expanding the donor registry. In 2023, the gift of life from 299 organ donors translated into a remarkable 729 transplants, the most in KODA history. Thousands more individuals were impacted through tissue donation. This marks a notable 25% increase in organ donation and a 20% increase in organs transplanted compared to 2022 and the highest number of lives saved, 693, in any given year.  “Every day, our goal is to save lives, and we are consistently amazed by the selfless choices people make when they choose donation,” said Julie Bergin, President and CEO of KODA. “Giving the gift of life is the most generous act a person can make, and without our donors and donor families, we would have lost nearly 700 of our community members last year.”  Faster Lane Headlines Clark breaking down barriers and staking her claim in cybersecurity field Suspenders of Disbelief joins Bowling Green’s emerging tech & storytelling sector GLI enters last stretch of January with whirlwind of action real life unsalted™ : Website, visitor’s guide showcase Lake Cumberland Council on Postsecondary Education re-elect chair and vice chair Snowfall, extreme cold create hazardous Ky driving conditions PGA TOUR to return to Kentucky, Keene Trace Golf Club in 2024 The Lane Report Kentucky's Business News Source | 465 East High Street, Suite 124, Lexington, KY 40507 | Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by [email protected] powered by Trusted Email from Constant Contact - Try it FREE today. Try email marketing for free today!
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