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2020: Most lives ever saved by deceased donors. 6% increase in deceased donors over 2019. More than 33,000 life-saving transplants from deceased donors. 10th record year in a row for deceased donation. Based on OPTN data as of 01/11/21. Data subject to change based on future data submission or correction.

The success of our national organ donation and transplant system

2020 sets all-time high for most lives saved by deceased organ donors. Read more.
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2020: Most lives ever saved by deceased donors. 6% increase in deceased donors over 2019. More than 33,000 life-saving transplants from deceased donors. 10th record year in a row for deceased donation. Based on OPTN data as of 01/11/21. Data subject to change based on future data submission or correction.

The success of our national organ donation and transplant system

2020 sets all-time high for most lives saved by deceased organ donors. Read more.

UNOS news, system changes

Get started now: Download the Authy app in preparation for an important UNet enhancement

Beginning early 2022, UNet will begin using multi-factor authentication (MFA) to make your UNet login process more secure. 


UNOS news, system changes

New Waitlist Lung Allocation Score report and enhancement export feature now available

A new Lung Allocation Score (LAS): 50 or Higher report is available in the reports section of Waitlist.


David Klassen, M.D.

Transplant innovations for today and tomorrow: David Klassen, M.D.

UNOS chief medical officer on the innovations making a difference in transplant.


UNOS news related to COVID-19 and transplantation

COVID-19 update: Dec. 2, 2021

Site surveys to gradually transition to in-person visits starting in December


UNOS news, system changes

UNet now prohibits access from Internet Explorer

Please use Google Chrome or the new Microsoft Edge to access UNet.


UNOS news, system changes

Updated list of organ refusal reasons are now in effect

The changes provide more relevant and granular options when refusing organ offers for patients, and allow for greater insights into refusal and acceptance practices.


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