The Importance of Organ Donors are Discussed with Host Laurence Fishburne on "Information Matrix"

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The program reviews organ donorship and how critical it can be for patients.

In the show, Information Matrix explores what it means to be a donor and answers the most common questions and concerns that people may have about organ donation.

Award-winning actor, Lawrence Fishburne, hosts a dynamic television program called Information Matrix. In an upcoming episode of Information Matrix, Fishburne introduces a segment that covers the status of organ donations in the United States and their life-saving potential. Statistics show that an individual who agrees to be an organ donor can save the lives of up to eight people after they die.

In the show, Information Matrix explores what it means to be a donor and answers the most common questions and concerns that people may have about organ donation.

Anyone can become a donor. Children can be registered by their parents. Registration through the National Donate Life Registry makes it easier for doctors to match a potential donor with a recipient. In many states, it is easy to register as an organ donor. Those states have the ability to indicate a person’s agreement to be a donor on their driver’s license or state identification card.

Even when a person is ill, this may not necessarily prevent them from being a donor. At the time of death, doctors determine what organs and tissue are suitable for donation. Organ donation may include information about the donor with the donor’s permission or the donation may be done anonymously if that is desired by the donor. The program will team with experts within the field to discuss how crucial donorship is.

Information Matrix seeks to educate the audience about topics that are helpful and interesting. As the show’s host, Fishburne brings his unique gravitas to investigative stories about the environment, science, technology, health care, and any other fascinating topics that inform and educate.

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