Justin Wilson's death shook IndyCar and the world over the weekend when the driver was struck in the head by a piece of metal that broke off another car, and crashed into a wall. It's difficult to make sense of the tragedy but Stefan...Show More Summary
The 37-year-old racer and father of two died Monday, after suffering a head injury in Sunday's race in Pennsylvania.
IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died on Monday night at the age of 37. He sustained a head injury after he was hit by debris and crashed during a race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday. Wilson is survived by his wife and young daughters, andShow More Summary
IndyCar driver Justin Wilson, who died Monday following complications from injuries sustained during an August 23 race, has saved six lives by donating his organs. Wilson's brother Stefan tweeted the news Tuesday: The 37-year-old Wilson...Show More Summary
According to his brother, the organs from IndyCar Series Justin Wilson were donated to six different people. Stefan Wilson revealed the news on Twitter on Tuesday, a day after his brother died from a head injury he sustained at Pocono Raceway on Sunday. With #giftoflife @justin_wilson saved 6 lives today. Show More Summary
Tales of people awakening in hotel bathtubs to find their kidneys had been removed were an Internet staple in the 1990s. Taub, who's expecting her first child, argues that those bogus stories have something in common with unwanted pregnancies,...Show More Summary
Does Hindu religion approve of Organ Donation? Yes it does. As per Hinduism, body is only... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]
As the Free Beacon noted in their summary, it was all about the money: A former procurement specialist told pro-life activists that Planned Parenthood and organ companies looked at positive pregnancy tests as “opportunities” to cash in. The video can be seen below or at this link:
TestYourLimits initiative takes on the Nahanni River in Canada's North to raise awareness about heart disease and organ donation.
Once again we’ve got the medical trade telling us that more lives could be saved if only more people would donate their organs. We agree entirely that more lives could be saved (and significant sums of money saved too) if more organ transplants took place. But the solution is, at least in part, to purchase […]
Planned Parenthood exec discusses prices of fetal tissue over lunch. In the summer of 2014, two actors, posing as representatives of an organ donation firm, sat down with Deborah Nucatola, senior director of medical services at the...Show More Summary
Getting your driver's license is something every teenager dreams of. Getting behind the wheel for the first time, being in control, and finally having more independence is one of the best feelings in the world. However, there's one part most people forget when they go to the DMV to get their license. Show More Summary
As throngs of people head to Qatar's malls at the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, it is Yassir Yosri's job to ask shoppers to make a more thoughtful choice besides what Eid gifts to buy. The Egyptian web designer is one of the...Show More Summary
A friend of mine reminded me recently that simply having a driver’s licence doesn’t mean that you’ve been properly entered for organ donation. It’s a step that so many Australians should — but don’t — make. More »
Call it DDB Paris’s version of “Dumb Ways to Die…” if you will, but the agency is getting both serious and a bit ridiculous to bring awareness to the young folks out there about the importance of organ donations. The DDB Paris team recently...Show More Summary
In the U.S., an average of 21 people die every day waiting for an organ transplant, and the wait times can range from four months for a heart to five years for a kidney, dependent on the how sick the patient is, according to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network and the Gift of Life Donor Program. Show More Summary
The wider scientific community is set to benefit from offshore wind developer Forewind’s years of surveys and research, as the organization donates all the
Numerous policies and laws to narrow the gap between US organ and tissue demand and supply have brought no benefit, concludes a new study.
It isn't widely appreciated that many of the organs donated for transplant are discarded as unsuitable. In the near future tissue decellularization will be used to expand the pool of viable organs, though it may also lead to enabling...Show More Summary