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Scientists at the University of Bristol have succeeded in generating laboratory made red blood cells with rare blood group types that could one day be used to help patients that cannot be matched with donor blood.
The B Positive Choir was created by NHS Blood and Transplant to raise awareness of blood donation and we are spreading our message by competing on Britain’s Got Talent.
NHS Blood and Transplant is urging donors to help prevent a double dip in blood donations by making and keeping their appointments to give blood in the run up to Easter
For the first year ever, more than 1,500 people in the UK have donated their organs after they died and this means that more people than ever have had a transplant to transform their life.
Geoff White and Sue Bartlett drove three hours from Southampton to deliver cells
Teachers are being urged to use organ donation teaching resources to help pupils contribute to the Government’s consultation into an ‘opt out’ organ donation system
From 19th February until 23rd February, Anthony Clarkson - the Assistant Director of Organ Donation and Nursing - will be guest editing the account.
In a twist on traditional cards exchanged by couples on Valentine’s Day, Moonpig has launched a limited-edition range of cards with the potential to save lives.
Nicola Newnes, a mum of two from Basildon in Essex, appeared on The One Show tonight to reveal how the show inspired her husband to save lives.
NHS Blood and Transplant is asking young people in 2018 to make a regular Date2Donate to give blood.
We want to let Londoners know that ‘Words Save Lives’ – with an appeal for people in London and surrounding areas to talk openly about organ donation.
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