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Blood Banks Shift Strategy as Need Drops
Fewer elective surgeries, better medical devices lead to decreased demand
- Here's something you might not expect: Blood banks generally aren't hurting for your business as of late. Thanks to fewer elective surgeries (blame the economy) and improved medical procedures that reduce bleeding during operations, blood banks are actually having to cut staff and reduce operations, the AP reports....
Al-Qaeda Steals Blood From Iraq Hospitals
Terror group uses fluid to treat its own wounded soldiers
- As if working in an Iraqi hospital isn't challenge enough: The
New York Times
reports that Al-Qaeda groups routinely steal blood at gunpoint to treat their own wounded soldiers, often while Iraqi security forces stand by and watch. It's been going on for years, ever since Iraqi police began making...
Cash-Poor? Hit the Blood Bank—and Get Career Advice
- Blood and other bodily fluids are hot sellers these days as donors line up to pocket quick cash in a plunging economy, ABC News reports. Seeing an increase in traffic, blood banks are campaigning to boost it higher, one at Stanford University even offering resumé and job interview advice to...
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