HRH King Salman bin Abdul Aziz the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, have registered themselves for the organ donation program being run by the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation.
This humanitarian act by the two Royals shows the great concern King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed have for patients suffering from end-stage organ failure.
This benevolent gesture aims to encourage all citizens and residents to register themselves in this program that offers hope to patients whose lives depend on timely organ transplants.
HRH King Salman established the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation to ease the suffering of patients with kidney failure. The center was previously known as the National Center for Kidneys.
The transplant center’s program to register new donors emphasizes the need of expanding the circle of registered organ donors to help all patients with end-stage organ failure and give hope to those on waiting lists and whose lives depend on these transplants of a new organ, such as kidney, heart, liver, and lungs.
HRH King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed’s kind gesture serves as an encouragement to fortify human solidarity and kindness well known to the Saudi culture and society. This will also improve public health levels and help enhance the medical sector’s efficiency and success rate in executing such complex operations in the future.