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Organ Donation Statement - Revocation


Overview
The Organ Donation Statement - Revocation document is used to terminate an existing Organ Donation Statement.  Although Organ Donation Statements may be effectively revoked under a variety of methods, it is recommended that this formal, written revocation be used.
You may wish to give a copy of the form to any individual or institution willing to keep a copy of the form, such as a family physician or local hospital.
If the individual terminating the Organ Donation Statement is a patient in a health care institution, a copy of the Revocation should be placed in that individual's medical record.

When You Need It
-The Organ Donation Statement - Revocation document is used to terminate an existing Organ Donation Statement.
-The Organ Donation Statement - Revocation document is used to terminate an existing Organ Donation Statement prior to creating a new Organ Donation Statement, if desired. 

Getting Started
-You will need the title and the effective date of the Organ Donation Statement being terminated.
-You will need the name, full address and the Social Security number of the individual whose Organ Donation Statement is being terminated.
-You will need the full name and address of the individual to whom you will provide a copy of this document.
-You will need each of the two witnesses' full names and addresses.

When to Review and Revise
-It is recommended that you do not update any existing Organ Donation Statement, but rather terminate any existing documents and then create a new document, such as the Organ Donation Statement contained in this program.