OPERATION lifebloood

Leigh, Alison; Gibson, Donna
June 2005
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);6/13/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 24, p74
Focuses on the shortage of blood donors in Australia. Total amount of donations a week needed by the Australian Red Cross to maintain the service; Reason behind the increase in the demand for blood donations; Importance of blood donation to a bone marrow transplant; Significance of a supply of fresh blood. INSET: 'BLOOD DONORS SAVED MY LIFE'.


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