BioBridge Global CEO Marty Landon recently sat down with editors from Invest: San Antonio magazine for a Q and A on how the organization is meeting the demand for local healthcare and the growing advanced therapies market in today’s economic climate.
South Texas Blood & Tissue (STB&T) is implementing new guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for assessing blood donor eligibility using a set of individual risk-based questions to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted HIV.
Local community gets chance to join Heroes in Arms program UMC Health System has partnered with South Texas Blood & Tissue to offer whole blood
Donors can win AirPods, telescopes, pizza oven, and more South Texas Blood & Tissue is joining blood centers across the country for the End Less
South Texas Blood & Tissue is inviting all South Texans to help celebrate World Blood Donor Day, a global occasion that recognizes the selfless contributions of blood donors and highlights the importance of blood donation in saving lives. It is celebrated each year on June 14.
Inspired by 10-year-old Uvalde survivor Mayah Zamora and the 1-year anniversary of the school shooting, superintendents and top administrators from San Antonio and surrounding areas gathered to donate blood at South Texas Blood & Tissue on Tuesday.
One of the pioneers of blood group science and blood transfusion was Ludwik Hirszfeld, a Polish physician, immunologist, and microbiologist born in 1884. Hirszfeld was Jewish and survived the Holocaust in Eastern Europe and even helped people through medicine in the Warsaw Ghetto.
San Antonio and its surrounding areas are ripe for investment and opportunity, according to several city business leaders who presented at the Invest: San Antonio 2022-23 Leadership Summit.
South Texas Blood & Tissue is starting to see increases in younger donors and donor retention in 2023, according to the organization’s Chief Operating Officer, Adrienne Mendoza, who presented to the board of directors of The Blood & Tissue Center Foundation at their meeting Monday.