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Emergency blood bank and plasma center directory. Find a local place if you get hurt and need blood. Locate plasma centers and get paid up to $40 USD per hour cash. Review cordblood storage banks for keeping stemcell and dna material. Over 3100 locations in United States and Canada listed with a growing community of over 6800 ratings and reviews from our loyal users. Since 2002, BloodBanker.com has been THE resource for promoting blood donation awareness education and providing a volunteer made directory. Here are the top 3 facts on blood donation on why it is so important: 3. A serious car accident requires the amount of blood from 50 people! 2. Cancer patients need blood from 8 people every week! 1. Every 2 seconds someone in the USA needs blood! More on why donating blood is awesome...from author Michael S. Williams. Though not controversial enough to qualify as front page news, sparse blood supply is affecting each person on this planet. You have a 25% likelihood to need a blood transfusion in your lifetime. When that time comes, would you want to be on a waiting list because there is no blood in stock at the hospital? Despite the scarcity of blood supply in Europe and the United States, donations make up 48% of the 91.8 million donations in the world. All that blood for people who make up just 15% of the world's population. Of the almost 92 million donations, only 4.3% donations have been reported from the 45 African countries. A blood supply that is scarcer than scarce since these countries make up 12% of the global population. The low turn-out of donors mean a very low supply for transfusions. Severe blood loss or hemorrhage is a leading cause of 34% maternal deaths in Africa; this…

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