"Most donors at the Kingsfield get their own room after third donation"

It is unclear which organ is removed for the third donation. Only two vital organs – one kidney and one lung – could be donated by a living person without making them entirely dependent on mechanical support (e.g. a dialysis machine to replace the kidneys).

Non-vital organs that could be donated are the eyes, the spleen, the testes or ovaries, and the gallbladder.