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I'm going to talk to you about the background of the National Organ Transplant Act (NOTA).
The NOTA was passed to address the shortage in organ donation. It was passed by congress in 1984.
The Act was established to maintain a national registry for organ matching.
Also it called for the network to be operated by a private non profit organization under federal contract.
It was introduced on Nov 3 1983. On March 21 1984 it was reported by the committee.
On April 11 1984 it passed congress. On Jun 21 1984 the house passed it with changes.
On Oct 4 1984 there was a conference report agreed to by senate.
On Oct 19 1984 it was signed by the president. It was published as passed on that day.
One effect NOTA had was that there was now an 80% chance of for survival rate for those undergoing kidney transplant.
NOTA also provided funds for grants for qualified organ procurement organizations.
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