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Demand for donor blood is dwindling because of fewer elective surgeries, medical advances that curb bleeding and other "patient blood-management" strategies. (Associated Press)
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Demand for donor blood is dwindling because of fewer elective surgeries, medical advances that curb bleeding and other "patient blood-management" strategies. (Associated Press)

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