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Scientists are reporting an "important step" toward development of a universal blood product that would eliminate the need to "type" blood to match donor and recipient before transfusions.
Fate of Single Mom Relies On New Blood Donors NEW YORK, Feb. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A hospitalized single mother from Queens is calling for more African Americans to become blood donors, so that she and many others may be able to live.
Donations Still Needed To Counter Weather Cancellations NEW YORK, Feb.
1,600 Units of Blood Lost From Latest Snow Cancellations 8,000 Donations Lost in Six Weeks from Winter Weather Supplies of Several Blood Types Below Minimum Levels NEW YORK, Jan.
Mounting effects of severe winter weather causes lowest January supply in a decade WASHINGTON, Jan.
January is National Blood Donor Month NEW YORK, Jan.
"The Bachelor" Episode Featuring A Group Date to Film American Red Cross Public Service Announcements Airs Monday, January 10, on ABC WASHINGTON, Jan.
Blood Drive Cancellations Due To Hazardous Snow Conditions Blood Donations Already Down Due To Holiday Travel, Winter Recess NEW YORK, Dec.
SEYMOUR, Conn., Nov.
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