Imagine, you’ve volunteered to be a living donor. It’s a big decision. You’re excited. You’re nervous. You feel good because you’re about to give the gift of life! But for some reason beyond your control, you’re declined and unable to be a living donor. Now the emotions take a big swing in the other direction. Disappointment. Perhaps anger. And a sense of loss. You really wanted to give.
Are there other ways you can help someone who needs a transplant?
The Mayo Clinic writing team is writing an article to support people who are not able to be a living donor. They would like to hear from you.