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A new Foundation has been launched recently!

The website address is as follows: http://sarbatdabhala.ca

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Fact of the day:

One organ and tissue donor can potentially save up to 8 lives and potentially enhance up to 75 more lives.

That is a potential of 83 lives in total that one donor can impact.

With increasing developments through research and technology, this number is expected to increase in the future just as it has in the past.

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