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Ritesh Warke On Thursday, April 21, 2011
CHANDIGARH: Though she
died in a road accident last
week, 17-year-old Reena will live in the collective memory of five patients who have got
a new lease of life because of her donated organs. 

Apr 21, 2011, 01.53pm

Reena, a resident of Jind in
Haryana, was seriously
injured and was declared brain dead at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education
and Research (PGIMER) here.

Her distraught family
consented to donate Reena's liver, both kidneys and two corneas, giving a ray of hope to the five patients. Her liver was successfully transplanted to a 44-year-old patient from Uttar Pradesh April 15.
This was the first
liver transplant surgery in
PGIMER, one of the leading medical institute of northern India. PGIMER director KK Talwar
said: "Seven to eight
departments were involved in this operation. The donor, whose brain was dead, helped five people to live a new life. It is really exemplary."

PGIMER has decided to place a photograph of Reena in its premises - as a tribute.

May his soul Rest in Peace

we should also required to come forward and donate organs and body to help needfull and for humanity.

just remember There are too many people,
and too few human


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