14.6.2019 11:46 am
Donating blood will save lives.
The 14th of June is World Blood Donor Day. Human blood is an important part of modern medicine and used in a variety of applications for saving lives from blood transfusions to the collection of platelets and scientific research. Here are five things everyone should know about donating blood and saving lives.
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