When you die, I will likely learn more about you than anyone else ever has. IamA Anatomical Donation Coordinator and when you die, I help you become an eye and tissue donor. AMA!
I have been trying to do these AMA's every three months since I joined reddit because I love trying to educate people about the truth of being an organ/tissue donor. There are way too many misconceptions about being a donor, so I just like trying to clear them up.
A few things: I am based in the United States, where we have an opt-in donor registry, I know someone countries have an opt-out (which I would prefer!), so I just want you to know that I may not know how things work in your country, but ask anyway. Also, I specialize in eye and tissue donation, so I am not perfectly knowledgeable about organ donation, but again, feel free to ask away.
As for my proof, I have done four of these already, so feel free to look at them. Perhaps I have already answered your question on one of them:
edit: 1615 PST. I am still answering