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Reference: hibla/ UK National Transplant Week 2007 are 7th 14th July 2007

Description:  On Sunday 10th June, 2pm at The Pleasance Theatre in Islington, London, a very ordinary group of people  presented themselves to be photographed and interviewed. They were all either kidney recipients or donors or waiting for a donor match.

 

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The photo shoot  took  place during the Pleasance Food Fiesta - for more details about this event see http://www.pleasance.co.uk/islington/food

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 For more information, contact Andy Williamson on 07980 680052 Or asw@bigbuzzard.co.uk 

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There are currently over 6200 people in the UK who are waiting for a kidney transplant. In 2005-6, 1914 transplants were performed. Unfortunately, the number of people who are waiting is increasing more quickly than transplants are performed. The main reason for this is the shortage of donors.

 

Most people are aware that a donor can be someone who has died, and whose family is prepared to allow their organs to be donated. What is not so well known is that anyone can put themselves forward as a living donor.

 

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A surprising fact is that people who have donated a kidney have a HIGHER LIFE EXPECTANCY than average. This is for two good reasons: stringent tests before being accepted as a donor, and excellent follow-up medical care, with an annual check up, so that anything which crops up will get detected early.

 

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Every transplant saves the NHS money - because keeping people on dialysis is very expensive. If all 6200 people who need one received a transplant, it would save the NHS about 150 million per year.

 

 

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Every kidney donor and recipient has a story to tell. For example, Londoner Kevin Onraet donated a kidney to his brother Richard, and had a 'replacement' kidney tattooed to his torso.

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Andy is a saxophonist based in London, UK. He leads the Big Buzzard Boogie Band, and appears in countless other small groups, playing a mixture of jazz, cabaret and world music. The very different tracks here feature Andy as a soloist, in Duke Ellington's Come Sunday, with a Jazz Orchestra, and with an experimental recording made by Natasha Musevic.

 

 

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Andy is waiting for a matching kidney donor.

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All text and images and linked images are 1999-2010 Joseph O'Kelly..If you require any further information on permitted use, or a licence to republish any material, email  copyright@hibla.com