Report: Ohio sees record-breaking year for organ donations

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When it comes to organ donation in Ohio, 2018 was a very good year.

Lifeline of Ohio told WBNS that organ, eye, and tissue donations broke records in Ohio last year.

As a result, nearly 370 lives were saved.

Still, Lifeline of Ohio said some 3,000 Ohioans are still waiting for a life-saving organ donation.

Nationwide, there are an estimated 114,000 people waiting.

To register to become an organ donor, click here.

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