• Transport of organs and medical teams

    Since 1987, our transport units for organs and medical teams have traveled 2 027 764 km, the equivalent of 50 times the turn of the Earth !
     
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  • 497 people were transplanted to Quebec in 2018:

    451 people thanks to the generosity of deceased organ donors and their families

    46 people thanks to living donors
     
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You can give at any age!

According to statistics compiled by Transplant Quebec...

 

The oldest times giver was ... 92 years old

The oldest kidney donor had ... 85 years

The oldest donator donated ... 85 years

The oldest pancreas donor had ... 72 years

The oldest donor was ... 69 years old

The youngest donor ... 48 hours

In Memory of Donors

The next Annual Organ and Tissue Donor Memorial Ceremony for the year 2024 will be held in person, unless otherwise directed by Public Health, on October 18, 2024 at 9:30 a.m. at the Saint-Michel Cathedral Basilica located at 130 de la Cathédrale Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec, J1H 4M1. The ceremony will be under the High Patronage of the Honourable Manon Jeannotte, Lieutenant Governor of Quebec. More details will be communicated to the families during the month of September 2024.

 

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2023 Ceremony

video in french