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Q. Want to donate kidney to my critically ill fiance

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posted 2 months ago

question iconWant to donate kidney to my critically ill fiance

My fiance has been married to his wife since four years and living seperately with his wife since four years (they never started living together after marriage because it didn't work out) they are about to get divorced

My fiance has kidney failure is currently on dialysis and need to get kidney transplant done but according to law wife can donate kidney easily and since I'm not his wife it's rare to get me approved without getting my family involved

His wife won't donate kidney obviously and divorce process will take too long

How do I get myself approved to donate kidney to him

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Abhimanyu  Shandilya

Abhimanyu Shandilya

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A.Dear Ma'am,
The law which regulates the donation and transplant of human organs is THE TRANSPLANTATION OF HUMAN ORGANS ACT, 1994 . And as per the Following Sections, mentioned below you can donate your kidney;

Sec 9 (1) Save as otherwise provided in sub-section (3), no human organ removed from the body of a donor before his death shall be transplanted into a recipient unless the donor is a near relative of the recipient.
So, this Section bars you from donating the organ you are not a near relative but looking at the below Section you can very well do so.

Sec 9 (3) If any donor authorizes the removal of any of his human organs before his death under sub-section (1) of section
3 for transplantation into the body of such recipient, not being a near relative, as is specified by the donor by reason of affection or attachment towards the recipient or for any other special reasons, such human organ shall not be removed and transplanted without the prior approval of the Authorisation Committee.


So, You need to seek approval from the authorities to donate your kidney to your fiance.

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