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AllograftPossibilities.org Meets Unmet Need for Consumer-Oriented Information on Tissue Donation, Transplantation on the Internet
Date:7/28/2011

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In less than two years, the website has already generated impressive web traffic for such a niche topic. It has received more than 10,000 page views and other key indicators for growth also look positive: number of visits, time spent on the site, bounce rate and percentage of new visitors in year two have all beat those from year one.

Key accomplishments of the website include:

  • Promotes tissue donation and honors families touched by the donation process
  • Helps potential patients learn more about the donation side of allograft transplant surgery and better understand the potential surgical outcomes
  • Brings to life the stories of tissue donation by publishing case studies from recipients and donor families
  • Quickly provides expert answers to incoming questions from the public
  • Shares consumer news on updates about medical advancements related to tissue transplantation
  • Provides organ procurement organizations with resources that can be easily downloaded, printed or emailed to assist in their interactions with donor families or in their event and marketing efforts
  • Shares the medical perspective on tissue transplantation to help readers understand how doctors of various specialties utilize allograft tissue
  • Provides a forum for people touched by tissue donation or transplantation to share their stories publicly
  • Promotes donation events throughout the country

For more information, visit: www.allograftpossibilities.org.

About AlloSource

AlloSource is a non-profit company that offers more than 200 precise bone, skin, soft-tissue and custom-machined allografts for use in an array of life-saving and life-enhancing medical procedures. As the world's leader in fresh cartilage tissue used for joint repair and skin allografts to heal severe burns, AlloSource ha
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