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Posts about Blood Donation
Friday, January 23, 2015
Each week, the Edward J. Miller, Sr. Blood Donor Center at Children’s National needs 100 whole blood donations and 35 platelet donations to provide our pediatric patients with life-saving surgeries and to nurse children back to health from cancer or sickle cell disease.
Monday, January 27, 2014
Allistair Abraham, MD, a blood and marrow transplantation specialist at Children's National, speaks at a community event about sickle cell disease, a blood disorder. Children's National serves one of the largest sickle cell disease populations in the country.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Emmett Gourdine, manager of the Edward J. Miller, Sr. Blood Donor Center at Children's National, discusses how January is a difficult time for blood donations, which are vital for our patients.
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