On February 15, 2022
January marked National Blood Donor Month with somber news. The U.S. is facing the worst national blood shortage in over a decade. The American Red Cross reports a 10% decrease in blood and platelet donations since the start of the pandemic.1 Despite the continuing strain on health care caused by COVID-19, there still is a need to treat people who are in accidents, those who are seriously ill, and people with blood disorders like cancer. All types of blood are needed now. O positive, O...
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