An 18-year-old cystic fibrosis sufferer who needs a double lung transplant is being backed by organ donation campaigners in her appeal for help.
Jessica Wales has to take 46 tablets a day to ward off infections
Jessica Wales, from Westgate-on-Sea, Kent, could have just weeks to live unless a suitable organ donor is found.
Her condition means her lungs work at just 16% of their capacity, and she has been waiting for a new pair for the past two years.
The Live Life Then Give Life campaign is backing her plea for a donor.
It is urging people to put their names on the national Organ Donor Register.
Ms Wales said: "If I don't get a double lung transplant, I will die. I feel like I need to have a chance of living.
"There's no reason why people can't sign the little register just saying they will give their organs after they've died," she added.