"We encourage people to sign up to the organ donor register and, most importantly, discuss their decision with family."
Sandy said: "It's brought happiness but there will be a family who have lost a loved one.
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Jim, 65, who lives in Glasgow with wife Lavinia, 63, had to retire as an engineering supervisor in a distillery after he became ill.
Transplant patient Sandy Wallace recovering at home
As he plays with his grandchildren, Jim Farrell couldn't be more grateful for having been given not one, but two extra chances of life after undergoing separate kidney transplants.
"The duty should be on the potential organ donor to tell everyone who needs to know he's done this so there's not the situation where medical staff have to liaise with immediate family before conducting a transplant."
in the British Medical Journal says that even though the law allows doctors to take organs from someone on the donor register against the will of the family, medics are giving in to pressure from grieving relatives who say they don't want their loved one to donate.
Without a heart transplant, Sandy Wallace is convinced he would have died. Now 61, the accountant from Falkirk realised his energy levels were low in 2009 when he struggled to climb the stairs at home.
Doctors discovered Jim had suffered a heart attack at just 45 and that he had a serious kidney problem.
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About 3000 people a year die while on dialysis and 300 die waiting for a transplant but Jim was one of the lucky ones.
SECOND TIME LUCKY JIM GOES EXTRA MILE, Jim Farrell
More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant. But every year, 1000 will die waiting because there are not enough organs available.
Relatives have the final say and can say no even if someone is on the donor scheme.
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Dad of two Sandy, who is married to health centre receptionist Brenda, 61, is back at work, playing golf with friends and leading a normal life.
GLAD TO BE ALIVE, Sandy Wallace
And the grandad of six has made the most of it. In the last 18 months, Jim has climbed 13 Munros and is raising funds for Kidney Research UK.
Rachel Andrews, from Kidney Research UK, said: "Until charities like Kidney Research UK are able to discover better treatments for kidney disease, dialysis and transplantation remain the only life extending treatments available to kidneypatients.
His condition worsened and he was placed on the transplant waitinglist. Amazingly, a new heart was found within 10 days andhe underwent the operation at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital inClydebank.
At least one in 10 people who decide to give the gift of life through organ donation are not having their rights respected.
Charities and transplant patients are urging would be donors to discuss their Soccer Cleats White wishes with their relatives to avoid problems arising if they die.
LAST wishes to donate organs are being ignored by relatives, according to a report.
the family. Hopefully, it will bring some comfort to them to show I've been able to get back to anormal life."
"The transplant was vital and was certainly a life saving operation," he said. "I would not be here today if it wasn't for the skill of the doctors and the kindness of the donor seeing fit to put his or her name down on a donor card."
He's grateful to his donor and their family.
Organ transplant patients reveal how ops have helped change their lives
He believes Scotland should look to change the law so that people will be regarded as organ donors unless they opt out of joining the register so more lives can be saved.
"I'd been bounding up and down stairs for years and then I was becoming breathless so I decided I'd better get checked out," he said.
Jim Farrell shows off the organ donor card after his op
A visit to see a doctor at NHS 24 saw him referred for further tests and he was diagnosed with severe heart failure.
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