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The trial will test the effect of an open lung protective ventilation protocol compared to conventional mechanical ventilation on donor lung utilization for transplantation. Get more information on the Clinicaltrials.gov website.
Lee’s Sandwiches and Donor Network West, the non-profit organization that saves and heals lives through organ, eye and tissue donation in northern California and Nevada, have announced the launch of #cupoflife, a joint community education campaign that will promote...
In Just Five Years, Gift of Life Institute’s Online University Surpasses 10,000 Module Registrations
Marking its five year anniversary, Gift of Life Institute’s Online University has reached a significant milestone, surpassing 10,000 module registrations.
You may contribute to a GoFundMe account through LifeGift for a LifeGift Staff Disaster Relief Fund. This account will benefit staff members who have lost homes, property, and everything they have.
Judges from across multiple industries and representing many different regions of the Metroplex selected STA as the winner of the Non-profit category.
For the second year in a row the Indianapolis Star has named Indiana Donor Network a Top Workplace in central Indiana. Indiana Donor Network, which oversees and coordinates organ, tissue and eye donation across the state, is one of 90 companies and organizations recognized.
Donor Network West and San Francisco Announce Partnership to Bring Organ and Tissue Donation Education to High Schools
The initiative, backed by Mayor Ed Lee and implemented by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), was announced at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital on April 21st during National Donate Life Month.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indiana Donor Network join forces to promote donation, transplantation
The goal is to educate race fans on donation and to encourage them to register their donation decisions through the campaign.
The collaboration, the first of its kind in California, benefits donor families by streamlining the organ recovery process.
This marks the organization’s fourth record year since NDN’s cultural transformation in early 2012.