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Shared sorrow – good fortune: article by Martina Folscheid »pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Luxembourg

The article draws attention to the fact that you can make living kidney donations, since the risk for donors is really low.

Organ donation. A present for the grave: article by Ineta Bricaitė »pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Lithuania

The article presents different views of Lithuanians with regard to organ donation.

If one death saves seven lifes: article by Stefanie Marsch»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Germany

This article tells the story of two women that have something in common: organ donation. Two sides of the same coin that requires psychological and physical strength.

Doctors' dilemma: Resuscitating brain-dead patients for organs: article by Anders Heissel»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Denmark

The article investigates the ethical dilemma and the several guidelines followed when a brain-dead patient is to be resuscitated after a heart arrest.

I want to live: article by Evangelos Pallas»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Cyprus

The article draws attention to the significant need for transplants and lack of donors, this promotes organ trading and raises the question of what biological and legal death actually are.

She’s not a quitter: article by Karin Pollack»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Austria

The author describes the story of her life-fight since she was first diagnosed, alternating between research data about people suffering from diabetes and medical explanations.

All those lies spread by private umbilical-cord blood banks: article by Daniela Cipolloni»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2012 for Italy and 3rd Prize winner 2012

This article contributes to the debate on umbilical-cord blood banks and the use of stem cells, which is especially valuable as this area is subject to different approaches and divergent views across the EU.

The heart transplant system - The heart that stopped and came back to life, by Sónia Moreno Barrio and Clara Simón Vázquez»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winners 2011 for Spain

Diario Médico followed the professionals involved throughout the whole process, from removing the organ from the potential donor to implanting it in the recipient.

Everyone wants to live, by Majka Lisińska-Kozioł»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2011 for Poland

2010 is the 60th anniversary of the founding of Cracow's Haematology Centre. Over the past 12 years, more than 600 bone marrow transplants have been carried out. This year, there have been 13 meetings for people who have had a transplant, this time also attended by donors.

A new definition to giving, by Moira Mizzi»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2011 for Malta

Each day, 10 European citizens die while waiting for a suitable organ transplant. That’s almost 4,000 people on a yearly basis. Moira Mizzi delves deeper into the subject.

A race against time, by Brigitte Kramer »pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2011 for Germany

Dr Julio Velasco works on the intensive care ward of a hospital in Mallorca, where, as a member of the Spanish transplant organisation, he coordinates organ donations.

Pass it on, by Zlatina Georgieva»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2011 for Bulgaria

Over the course of last year, donorship of ova went all the way from the noble gesture of giving life to a stigmatised and commercialised procedure… or vice versa.

Croatians top of the league for organ donations in Europe, by Barbara Čaluic »pdf
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 18th October 2011

The article was published on 23rd October in Novi List.

Transplants: 56 000 people on waiting in Europe, by Ruggiero Corcella»pdf
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 18th October 2011

Appeal to Member States not to cut health budgets. Article published on 22nd October 2011 in Corriere della Sera.

Would you donate your organs? by Susana Lage»pdf
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 18th October 2011

More likely that 'we will need a transplant than become a donor'. Have you ever discussed organ donation with your family? The article was published on 21st October 2011 in CiênciaHoje.

Hope of a transplant, by Chrysta Ntzani»pdf
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 18th October 2011

Published in Politis, 22nd October 2011. Every day 10 Europeans die waiting for an organ to save their lives, while seven organs are lost because of a lack of cross-border cooperation.

España es ejemplo en Europa para las donaciones de órganos, by Francesco Acedo»
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

An article published 8th December 2010.

Kust saab beebi uue maksa? by Heaidit Kaio »
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

An article published in the Estonian newspaper Ekspress, 25th November 2010.

EU objective: to raise European organ donation rates to the same level, by Javier Granda Revilla » Seznam prevodov predhodne povezave English (en) español (es)
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

13-15th November 2010. An article written in Spanish magazine El Médico Interactivo.

DONAREA ŞI TRANSPLANTUL DE ORGANE între deziderat şi program coerent, by Dr Aurel F. Martin»
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

An article published in Viata Medicala, 7th January 2011.

De ce nu vrem să donăm organe, by Ramona Samoila»
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

An article published in Romania Lebera, 15th November 2010. Lipsa informaţiilor corecte, religia şi neîncrederea în medici îngroaşă listele de aşteptare ale celor care au nevoie de transplant.

Rafael Matesanz says the key to securing organ donation is to talk, by Javier Granda Revilla» Seznam prevodov predhodne povezave English (en) español (es)
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

16th November 2010. Article written in El Médico Interactivo.

A good half of Europeans ready to donate organs, by Tuomo Tarvas»pdf
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

Finns are among the most willing organ donors in Europe. And in Spain, a campaign changed attitudes.

Latvijas iedzīvotāji nevēlas ziedot orgānus, by Inga Paparde »
Participant to the EU Journalists workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Europe, 10 November 2010

An article published in NRA, 15th November 2010.

When life gets a second chance, by Jeanette Bergenstav»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Sweden

"Here you will meet four people who very nearly died but, thanks to new organs being found in time, they’ve been lucky enough not only to survive, but live life to the full with renewed strength. Hopefully, you will also find information that can help you decide whether to become a donor."

You have a beautiful liver! By Ieva Alberte»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Latvia

To save their daughter’s life, Mara’s parents had been searching for a liver donor for half a year, but without success. Anita Liepina, a colleague of the baby's father, wanted to help. The Belgian doctors were surprised that a stranger wanted to donate and almost refused to operate.

Eight years wait for a full life, by Alžbeta Linhardová»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Slovakia

Emília Juhásová has had dialysis more than a thousand times – that's more than 2 000 injections

Waiting for a chance, healthy in the soul, by Erzsébet Fazekas»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Hungary

Undergoing renal replacement therapy, waiting for an organ transplant. (An interview with Darren).

Fighters set the example, by Filimon Karamitsos»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Greece

An inside look at bone marrow transplants. An entire world is fighting the personal pain, objecting to charity and asking for one simple thing: our participation and solidarity.

The cashier, by Martina Keller»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Germany

"Christoph Broelsch, the famous surgeon from Essen, will appear in court next week, accused of demanding money from terminally ill patients before agreeing to operate. The case lifts the veil on criminal activity in our hospitals."

Love dwells in the kidney, by Lucie Hášová Truhelková»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, 2nd place, national winner 2010 for Czech Republic

Heroes are those who decide to donate part of themselves while still alive, knowing that for the rest of their lives, they will have to live without that organ.

Thank you, Margaret, by Doris Priesching»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2010 for Austria

Article published in The Standard magazine, Saturday, 31.10.2009. Without knowing who I am, she gave me her life-saving bone marrow. Eleven years later I meet my donor for the first time. A true life story.

We give the heart the OK! By Mia Eidlhuber»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2009 for Austria

Organ transplants are still a controversial topic in our society. Reactions range from wonder at the medical miracles to outright disapproval for ethical reasons. The people working here have nerves of steel, a talent for improvisation and often reach the limits of legal working hours. A visit to the coordination unit of the Vienna AKH hospital transplant department.

Her best Christmas present ever: after 32 years in the dark, Iveta Buriková was given the gift of sight. By Alzbeta Linhardova»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2009 for Slovakia

Before, she could see only darkness but after the surgery she was able to see her own son for the first time.

Bi se izrekli za darovanje organov ali proti? By Mojca Lorenčič, national nominee for Slovenia - EU Health prize for journalists 2009»pdf
Bi se izrekli za darovanje organov ali proti? By Mojca Lorenčič, national nominee for Slovenia - EU Health prize for journalists 2009

Samo na območju Eurotransplanta, organizacije za izmenjavo organov, ki združuje sedem držav s 125 milijoni prebivalcev, je konec letošnjega aprila na presaditev organa čakalo 15.325 ljudi, med njimi 108 Slovencev.

Where to get gifts that are priceless by Inta Brikere»pdf
EU Health Prize for Journalists, National winner 2009 for Latvia

The article covers not only donor and transplantation issues, but also cross-border healthcare.

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