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10-year-old Bree Town sits in her isolation room at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital and counts. Not how many days she has left in the hospital, but the number of blood transfusions she's had.
Dedicated donors are important to organizations like Michigan Blood. However, of those donors, only a small percentage are African American.
The pint of blood you donate has 24 hours testing and processing before it's used.
"Their blood cells can be given to anyone." LeeAnn Weitekamp is the Medical Director for MI Blood
It's a little concerning for pediatric cancer patients who can use up to five pints of blood a week during their chemotherapy treatments
When it comes to donating blood there are many excuses, but some of your excuses won't work any more, including getting a tattoo.
A group of local Girl Scouts is hoping their donation will encourage others to give.
Kathy Uzarski's son needed over 50 pints of blood when he was diagnosed with leukemia at just nine years old.
The majority of West Michigan has type A blood thanks to our strong Dutch heritage.
Blood transfusions are usually associated with life saving emergencies but one 3-year old West Michigan girl needs them just to stay alive.
One West Michigan man has dedicated most of his life to blood donation...
One of the largest blood banks in the state received a special donation today and it is not the kind they typically get.
One organization has found a way for you to help your local school raise money and save lives at the same time.
What were you doing when you were in fifth grade? You probably weren't thinking about organizing a blood drive. But Shelby Lynn Meintsma, 10, is doing more than just thinking about it. She's organizing blood drives to help her mom.
Blood History - Blood has been around as long as humans have existed.