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WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAYDonating blood can help other people to maintain good health or allow them to stay alive. There may also be benefits of blood donation for the donor. However, a person may wish to discuss the possible risks before giving blood.

If a person’s blood levels fall due to an accident or illness, or if their blood is not functioning properly, there will not be enough oxygen or other nutrients to maintain their vital organs.

Donating whole blood can help these people.

A similar process to whole blood donation is apheresis. This provides other blood components, such as platelets. A donation of platelets can help people who have issues related to clotting. It may also provide antibodies to help fight a disease, such as COVID-19.

Giving blood can be a lifesaving action, but it may also have benefits for the donor. In this article, learn about the effects of giving blood.

Timely blood donation can save lives and help people recuperate from certain illnesses. Victims of accidents, natural disasters or those suffering from diseases like anaemia, leukaemia or kidney disease may benefit from the timely blood transfusions. This is the reason having safe and adequate blood is important for a nation's health care policy. WHO recommends that all activities related to collection of blood, testing, processing, storage and distribution be coordinated at the national level through effective organization and integrated blood supply networks.

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