Kidney transplant father backs reform - WalesOnline
Mr Schofield travelled to the Philippines in June 2007 in the hope of buying a new kidney after an earlier transplant had failed.
The trip was unsuccessful but he underwent a kidney transplant at the University Hospital of Wales in February, allowing him to return to work and resume surfing.
The father-of-two said: “Presumed consent is a great thing, but the way it has been put across means many people think they will be giving everything away.
“No-one will be asking anyone to do anything different if we move to an opt-out system – people will still be able to live their lives as fast as they want, but if anything happens they will have another chance to help someone else."