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Renseignements en Français

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Further Information

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Saskatchewan Organ and Tissue Donor Registry

For help with the registration process, contact eHealth Saskatchewan by:

Frequently Asked Questions

Read our FAQ document for more information about the registry, the registration process and organ donation.

Donation and Transplant Services – Saskatchewan Health Authority

Saskatchewan Donation Program
Learn more about the organ and tissue donation process in Saskatchewan and the teams that provide support.

Saskatchewan Transplant Program
The program facilitates pre and post-transplant care of organ recipients in Saskatchewan and donations by living donors of some organs and tissues (primarily kidneys, a portion of a liver, amniotic tissue and bone donated after receiving a hip transplant).

Living Kidney Donation
If you are considering becoming a living kidney donor, you can find more information at the link above or by contacting

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