Throughout the week, the letters A, B, and O, representing the main blood groups, will disappear from signage, brands, publications, and social media posts. Some of the U.S. participants include: Fandango, Morgan Stanley, the Denver Broncos, Chicago Blackhawks, Cincinnati Reds, Minnesota Twins, and the New York Stock Exchange. “The need for blood is constant. Each day, blood centers in the U.S. and abroad depend on the selflessness of volunteer blood donors,” said Christine Zambricki DNAP, CRNA, FAAN. “Missing Type reinforces the important role that individuals play ensuring a safe and adequate blood supply is available for all patients in need. Whether donating blood or encouraging others to give, we thank all our partners in this campaign for their support and urge the public to join the conversation by removing the letters A, B, and O using #MissingType.” The campaign first held in England and North Wales by NHS Blood and Transplant in 2015, launches at a time of year when blood centers tend to see a decline in the number of donors due to summer vacations and school being out of session. “Right now, we need blood and platelet donors of all types http://www.expertselfpublishing.com/traininginterview/2016/08/05/at-last-report-there-were-188-division-i-baseball-programs-129-in-division-ii-and-78-in-division-iii/ to make an appointment to give during this summer’s blood shortage,” said Chris Hrouda, executive vice president of the American Red Cross and chairman of the Alliance for Blood Operators. “This week, the Missing Type campaign helps bring attention to the critical importance of a readily, available blood supply for patients in need. Those who need blood and platelets include accident and burn victims, heart surgery patients, organ transplant patients, and http://traininginterviewprep.pca-plus.com/2016/08/05/by-using-this-hybrid-format-a-job-seeker-will-first-draw-the-attention-of-the-employer-to-their-skills/ those medical interview deakin receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease.” To schedule an appointment at your local blood center or for more information on the campaign please visit: America’s Blood Centers: www.AmericasBlood.org American Red Cross: www.redcrossblood.org Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent in most states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood.
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