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What is organ and tissue donation?
Who can become an organ and tissue donor?
What is the Michigan Organ Donor Registry?
What does it mean to be registered on the Michigan Organ Donor Registry?
How do I sign up to become an organ and tissue donor?
I signed up on the organ donor registry, but I never got a heart sticker.
I filled out the information on the back of my driver's license. Why didn't I get a heart sticker?
What organs and tissues can I donate?
Am I too old to donate?
Will anyone want my organs when I'm gone?
Can I donate anything if I have cancer?
What if family members are opposed to donation?
How are organs and tissues allocated?
Can organs be given to different racial groups or genders?
Can organs be bought or sold?
Does the donor family incur the cost of donation?
Will donation affect an open casket funeral?
Do donor families and recipients ever meet?
Are there religious objections to donation?
What is a living donation?
What happens if I change my mind after I register?
Where can I get more information about organ, tissue and eye donation?
What are the Gift of Life Michigan and the Michigan Eye-Bank?
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