Almost 90 per cent of people who completed a survey conducted by The Standard said they were a registered organ donor. The question was asked to coincide with DonateLife Week.
Last week Natasha Wagner urged people to have a conversation about becoming a donor after revealing her seven-year-old daughter Evie's life was saved when she received a liver transplant.
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The majority of people who responded to the survey also said organ donation should be an opt-out process, rather than people needing to register at donatelife.gov.au
About 1700 Australians are waiting for a transplant that could save their lives and a further 12,000 people are on dialysis.
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