New figures by NHS Blood and Transplant, released today, reveals that 363 people in the county have survived thanks to a transplant.
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Mr Whalley said he backed the NHS Blood and Transplant service's call for more people to sign up to sign up, adding: "If there's a chance of it increasing the number of donors I back it all the way". Nearly 2,000 received transplanted pancreas and 1,000 transplanted intestines.
In the past year the number of persons receiving a transplant in a single year has reached the record figure of 4,753, an increase of 20 per cent in the last five years.
South Yorkshire's number of living recipients has reached 945, with a 25 per cent rise in people signed up to the register at 415,082 from 331,246 over five years.
Last year 194 people in the region had transplants, compared to 144 five years ago.
More people are alive thanks to transplants because of improving survival rates and increased public commitment to donation.
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"Someone lost their child but they made the decision that saved my life". It wasn't just a lifeline for me it was a lifeline for him, because if I go he's got nobody. It came in response to the news past year that around 700 people in Yorkshire were waiting for lifesaving transplants.
The number of people living in the county now known to be alive thanks to organ transplants has reached 246.
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Sally Johnson, director of organ donation and transplantation for NHS Blood and Transplant, said: "More people than ever on the Isle of Wight are committing to organ donation and that is saving more lives than ever".
A further 24 people in Rutland also had successful organ transplants.
"It is hard as you are waiting for a live donor, which is rare, as you know that chances are that if an organ becomes available it will be from someone who has passed away".
The mum-of-two, originally from Sheffield but who now lives in Wickersley, Rotherham, only discovered her liver was failing when she went for a routine medical as she was preparing to emigrate to New Zealand with her husband Jonnie and their two children, Mollie and Lola in 2010.
"It's incredible to picture all the people now alive today thanks to organ donation and think of all the families and children who have grown up thanks to donors".
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Tell your friends or family about your decision, as they will be consulted after you die to make sure you hadn't changed your mind. We don't want anyone in Northumberland to miss the opportunity to save lives through organ donation. "It only takes two minutes".
Organ donation only occurs from a registered donor with their consent, or if the family has given permission after death.
Mr Whalley said: "Her organs have potentially given life to nine other people".
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