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“If you’re healthy, you’re needed now more than ever.”
The Stanford Blood Center is asking Bay Area residents to donate blood to any nearby center, as supplies are at critically low levels.
Stanford Blood Center on Monday asked for urgent Type O negative blood donations because of a less than two-day supply remaining for local hospitals. In …
A blood service provider is reaching out to people in the Bay Area to ask for blood donations during the heart of winter.
Officials with the Stanford Blood Center Thursday asked Bay Area residents to help address a critical shortage in O-negative blood and platelets.
Citing low reserves throughout the Bay Area, the Blood Centers of the Pacific Monday encouraged the public to donate blood of all types.
Scott Wiener is asking the federal government to end its ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.
Stanford Blood Center is down to a two-day supply of O-positive, down from a usual five.
Mayor Evan Low of Campbell — himself a gay man —is leading a petition against the FDA ban on gay blood donors.
Officials at the Blood Centers of the Pacific say giving blood will be crucial in helping injured SFO crash patients.