BBC NEWS | Wales | AMs reject organ 'consent' scheme
The use of "presumed consent" to provide more organs for transplants in Wales has been rejected by a committee of Assembly Members.
The AMs want public sector bodies to do more to encourage people to sign up as organ and bone marrow donors.
The British Medical Association (BMA) said it was "extremely disappointed".
It comes days after the parents of a three-year-old Denbighshire girl who died when a wall collapsed donated her eyes and her heart.
The nine-member health, wellbeing and local government committee has come out against the idea of adopting the system of presumed consent for organ donation.