Ramesh Dhiman, the father of the deceased, said that Anju continued in her death what she was doing when she was alive. “The parents of the deceased took the decision so that needy people who want these organs live a prosperous and new life,” said a family member. The doctors said the family was aware of organ donation and it was not a difficult task for the coordinators to convince them. “They [family] quickly gave their consent about the organ donation,” said a PGI official. There has been an increase in the organ donation cases at PGI. “It is really a positive change in the mindset of people. People are coming forward for organ donation overcoming their own tragic loss,” said Dr Vipin Koushal, nodal officer, Regional Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (ROTTO).