My father's donation story

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He hadn’t driven for more than a decade, so I couldn’t check his driver’s licence to see if he had registered as a donor, but he was a great believer in public service and doing the “right thing”.

Joanna Wane is the deputy editor for North & South magazine. She shared her story in the editorial of the November 2012 issue of the magazine and ODNZ is pleased to be able to share her story with you.

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