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Evidence regarding medical complications and consequences is discussed elsewhere in this text. Here, we focus on empirical findings on psychosocial and QOL outcomes. These outcomes can be conceptualized as encompassing donors’ perceived physical well-being, psychological status, social functioning, and global views of QOL (89). In addition to summarizing descriptive information on these outcomes, we review what is known about risk factors and correlates of relatively poorer psychosocial outcomes.