Blood donation is a process of withdrawing blood from a personís body and preserving it for future transfusions. Donation can be of whole blood or some parts of the blood such as plasma or platelets.
Every day thousands of people require blood transfusions. Just one unit of blood can save many lives. Pregnant women, accident victims, people undergoing surgery and even newborn babies need blood and blood donation is the easiest way to save their lives.
Blood donation is a voluntary procedure. It is safe and there are no risks associated with it. Healthcare professionals use only sterile and disposable needles. Once you donate blood, your body replaces the lost red blood cells within 24 hours.
So, Be a Donor. Give blood freely and regularly to save lives.
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