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Type O negative is often needed in trauma situations
The American Red Cross has a significant need for type O negative blood donors to donate blood for patients.
End of summer crucial time for blood donations
The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of blood and is calling on all eligible donors to give now to prevent an emergency situation.
Type O negative, B negative, A negative blood donors asked to restock shelves
The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of the blood types most needed by patients and is calling on eligible donors with O negative, B negative, and A negative blood to give now to prevent an emergency situation.
The American Red Cross asks that you set aside one hour of your summer fun for a good cause—donating blood.
Eligible donors can choose their day to help save lives during “100 days of summer
The American Red Cross urges donors to choose their day to give hope to patients in need by donating blood or platelets during the “100 days of summer. 100 days of hope.” campaign, officially sponsored by Suburban Propane.
Donating blood is a simple thing that can make a big difference in the lives of others. Nearly 44,000 blood donations are needed each and every day to meet the needs of accident victims, cancer patients and children with blood disorders. These patients and countless others rely on blood products for survival.
Sickle Cell patients among those in need of blood
Sickle Cell Disease is an inherited blood disorder that causes anemia, lung and tissue damage, strokes and terrible pain.
Blood donations down about 10 percent in June
The American Red Cross issued an emergency request for platelet and blood donors of all blood types to roll up a sleeve and give because many fewer donations than expected were received in June and the first week of July.