I think they can use tissue and other such items. My poor body has been rung through the ringer. But whatever I can give, I'll give. And yes, you could have a donor card, be a donor on your driver's license, and your family could still say no. It's easier for the transplant people to approach a family if you have a card or it's on your license.

You can't take your organs with you to heaven. And heaven knows we need them here. Smile
And the life you save, might be a child's. I was a senior in high school when I received my first kidney transplant--from a woman who was about the age I am now--41. And there were younger than me waiting and some just about dying on dialysis. I know one who did die.
Not only am I an organ donor...I've also got my Living Will Ready.

Everyone get their Living Will in order and discuss this with those that are close to you.

It is VERY important that those that love you know your wishes.

Dang straight I'm an organ donor...there won't be much left after the cremation...why keep it?

I can't imagine any good reason why another wouldn't have a strong want or desire to be an organ donor.

Thanks for the posting,
Donna

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