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I'm wondering how to be removed from the organ donor list?

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Dr. David Mulligan
General Surgery 35 years experience
Second thoughts: I am sorry to hear you are reconsidering being an organ donor and giving a new life to those with organ failure after you have a tragedy and can no longer use them. Simply log on to the state registry and indicate your wishes. This generous gift of life is purely altruistic and will always be there whenever you wish to reconsider.

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