They are looking to hear your views on organ donation and are particularly keen to hear from people from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic communities, who are currently under-represented on donor registration lists.
Last year, 62% of Londoners waiting for an organ transplant were Black or Asian. Black, Asian and other ethnic minorities often wait months and years longer than White patients for these transplants because of difficulties finding an ethnic match. In 2017, nationally, 21 percent of people that died waiting were from an ethnic minority background.
Come along and help find out how the Mayor of London can support better health for all Londoners and help us address the unfair survival odds that some of our communities face. Attendance is free but spaces are limited - please register your interest in attending by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the event see the London government website.
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