Sometimes It’s Really Tough to Reach Potential Blood DonorsJune 21st, 2012
Blood banks around the world all face the same issue: how do they make sure they have enough units to meet demand? Because blood has a finite shelflife, around 6 weeks, blood banks need to encourage a constant stream of donors to participate in their programs. This is hard enough when your donor base can’t comprehend written and spoken language. It’s orders of magnitude tougher when your donor base can’t understand a thing. When your donors are animals you do have a workaround, though: you can appeal to their owners. If you’re lucky, the animal blood bank refrigerator will always be at capacity.
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