BBC NEWS | Wales | South West Wales | Kidney patients rally for changes
Improving the lives of those suffering from kidney disorders is being debated at a rally of patients and medics.
The event in Swansea comes a month after the assembly government said it would fund a renal transplant centre.
The centre, at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, will almost double the number of kidney transplants carried out every year by 2012.
But campaigners say they still want a change in the law over the issue of presumed consent for kidney donation.
Calls for better facilities for dialysis patients in Wales are expected to be made at the rally.