he U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently announced a proposal aimed at increasing the availability of organs for those waiting for a transplant and improving the accountability of organ procurement organizations (OPOs).
Midwest Transplant Network announced Wichita-based radio personality JJ Hayes as its newest Green Ribbon Champion. Hayes has a personal connection to organ donation through his wife, Michelle, who received a lifesaving kidney transplant in 2017.
One year after Midwest Transplant Network named Sophia Dominguez-Heithoff a Green Ribbon Champion, the 19-year-old University of Kansas student says she is only beginning to spread the word about the importance of organ and tissue donation.
During his first year as a Green Ribbon Champion for organ and tissue donation in 2018, people around Kansas City began seeing Bryan Busby as something other than the Chief Meteorologist for KMBC-9 News.
As the mascot for the University of Missouri and a big fan of registered organ donors, Truman the Tiger is showing a new kind of team spirit this month.
Midwest Transplant Network celebrates lives saved in 2018, continues momentum with Green Ribbon Campaign WESTWOOD, Kan. (March 28, 2019) — In honor of National Donate Life Month (April), Midwest Transplant […]
Now in his second year as a Green Ribbon Champion for organ donation, Jeff Jones continues to lead by example WESTWOOD, KAN. (March 5, 2019) — It was a milestone […]
WESTWOOD, KAN. (November 1, 2018) — Alonzo Jamison is intimately familiar with the highs and lows of being an elite athlete. But nothing could prepare him for the lows of […]
WESTWOOD, KAN. (October 8, 2018) — The number of registered organ and tissue donors in Kansas and Missouri has grown significantly in 2018. So far this year, Kansas has welcomed […]