Dovid Rockove replied:
>To the best of my knowledge, if the organs will save a Jewish person it is
Dovid has incorrectly and simplistically answered a complicated and involved
question without quoting any sources.
As far as I know, heart transplants are not allowed (only Rabbi Tendler
feels it is allowed), and corneal and kidney transplants are allowed. For a
full, detailed explanation, see Judaism and Healing by Rabbi J. David Bleich
(published in the United States in 1981 by Ktav Publishing). Chapter 23 is
entitled "Organ Transplants."
I wish you much success.