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Last year 1,402 Australians received life-saving transplants thanks to the generosity of 510 organ donors and their families.

This week is DonateLife Week, when all Australians are urged to register as organ donors, to help their loved ones understand their wishes at a difficult time.

We spoke to an organ transplant recipient, community radio broadcaster and drag performer, Max Primmer, whose drag alter ego Di-Alysis has been spreading the important message of organ donation for over 6 years.

Registration takes only a minute, and all you need is your Medicare card for identification. Please register today at DonateLife.gov.au, and make sure to tell your friends and family about your wishes as well. Your organs could save multiple lives when yours is over.


About the author: Andy


Andy has been volunteering at JOY since August 2017, podcasting for Anastasia & Warren, The GLLO Show, Word For Word, Tom & Warren, Tom & Mikey, Tom & Jess and Youth In Control, presenting Melbourne's Most Uplifting Music Mix on Thursday afternoons, and producing the Tom & Warren, Tom & Mikey and Tom & Jess breakfast shows.

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