Blood centers across the United States, including South Texas Blood & Tissue, are celebrating the one-year anniversary of the nation’s first emergency blood reserve program.
As orders for blood continue to come in faster than donations, members of the San Antonio City Council have announced the “Summer District Challenge.”
South Texas Blood & Tissue has partnered with the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program, to recruit and engage participants in one of the nation’s largest and most diverse health information databases.
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The T-shirts will be given to everyone who donates blood through July 4 as a thank-you gift.
To bring awareness to the summer season when blood donations slow down, the City of San Antonio is hosting blood drives for city and county employees.
Special day celebrates those who give selflessly to help save lives