How people are breaking stereotypes and bridging religious divides for organ donation

  • | Friday | 15th March, 2019

Meerut: Breaking the shackles of tradition and overcoming sharp religion fissures people in remote parts of western Uttar Pradesh are increasingly taking to organ donation to save each other’s lives. Three months ago, Meera Sharma, 41, a teacher, got to know that her brother needed a kidney transplant. Hazra donated the kidney to me and my brother-in-law donated his kidney to her husband.”In another case, a married woman donated her one kidney so that her ailing brother could live. Though our religions are different, what kind of humans we will be if we cannot help each other in times of need. When we got to know that both the families were in need, we didn’t think much.

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