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1 million transplants

The U.S. reached a historic milestone in 2022: 1 million transplants

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How do we track policy success?

We look at the data. Kidney transplant volumes up across all ethnicities, and blood types. Liver transplants increased by 4.3 percent since policy implementation.

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Optimizing our nation’s transplant system to save more lives

U.S. reaches historic milestone of 1 million transplants. Learn how we’re getting to the next million, together

Right now

105,452

people need an organ transplant*

This year

17,522
donors
January - October 2022 as of 11/29/2022

led to

35,446
transplants
January - October 2022 as of 11/29/2022

17,522
donors
January - October 2022 as of 11/29/2022

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