Any one of us has the potential to save a life - all it takes is registering as an organ and tissue donor. But, while the process of registering to become an organ and tissue donor is simple, a lot of us are held back by misconceptions. For example, did you know that while most tissue donation occurs after death, some tissue can be donated while you’re still alive? People undergoing hip replacement surgery are eligible to donate the hip bone removed during the procedure - and that bone can be used for patients who need bone tissue to help reduce pain and improve movement.
Dr Moji Mogari, discusses how to register as an organ and tissue donor and debunks some common tissue donation myths.
Join Vitanova and the Organ Donor Foundation on Blouberg Strand for the informal Blouberg Strand Beach Walk.
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Kiewiet featured young girl's plight for a new cornea on his show and Vitanova stepped in.
Vitanova’s Recovery & Awareness Manager, Sandra Venter speaks to Suzaan Steyn from Spreekamer about tissue donation.
Men's Inc, an Online Mags publication spoke to Dr Moji Mogari, Vitanova's Medical Director about the 5 myths surrounding tissue donation.
Vitanova is proud to be part of the Donor Memorial Garden Initiative at Africa’s oldest surviving Botanic Gardens, situated In Durban.
Become a living tissue donor by donating the femoral hip bone removed during your hip replacement surgery.