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Blood centers serve as a cornerstone of public health by providing potentially lifesaving blood products. Interactions with millions of potential donors provides these centers with a unique means of health education and screening opportunities.
Mark Fung, MD, PhD, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Christine Frenette, American Red Cross - Northern New England Region
Carol Dembeck, American Red Cross - Northern New England Region
American Red Cross - Northern New England Region
Health Communication and Health Information Technology, Public Health Infrastructure, Educational and Community-Based Programs, Blood Disorders and Blood Safety
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