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The Government has cleared a new comprehensive scheme "Jeevandan" proposed by the Cadaver Transplantation Advisory Committee (CTAC) to give a fillip to organ transplantation.


The Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) has been designated as the Appropriate Authority for Cadaver Transplantation (AACT).


A large number of patients suffering from irreversible organ ailments involving heart, liver, pancreas and kidney could lead a healthy life if they had the opportunity to undergo transplant surgery.


Considering the ethical issues surrounding live and deceased donor organ donation, the government-constituted committee came out with recommendations for streamlining procedures for cadaver transplantation in registered hospitals.



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