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LIFE AFTER DEATH-THE HUMAN ORGANS TRANSPLANTATION ACT A REVIEW

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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KEY WORDS- Human Organ transplant, Human organ donation, Brain death and The Transplantation of Human Organs Act 1994.

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Mane, J. (2018). LIFE AFTER DEATH-THE HUMAN ORGANS TRANSPLANTATION ACT A REVIEW. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 6(06). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/209

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 We all have been hearing, reading and seeing many issues regarding organ transplantation, but many people are not aware and serious regarding Human organ transplant. Many patients struggle for life after failure of functioning of some major organs. A patient with a case of renal failure can survive for some period with the help of advance technique Viz. Dialysis, but patients with failure of function of liver or Heart etc. have no substitute for Human Organ Transplant. It is a small effort to encourage and create awareness in people to promote organ transplant. In last 10 years people are much aware regarding organ donation and organ transplant. The person certified as brain dead can only donate his healthy organs to a needy and increase his life span [2]. In India we can see advancement in the field of transplantation. The law regarding Human Organ Transplant was passed in the year 1994 it came into force in 1995[1]This law includes Regulations regarding removal, preservation and transplantation of organ for treatment purpose and prevention of commercialization of human organs[1

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