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Charles R. Drew

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Charles Richard Drew (June 3, 1904 – April 1, 1950) was an American physician, surgeon, and medical researcher. He researched in the field of blood transfusions, developing improved techniques...

Charles Drew - Educator, Doctor, Surgeon - Biography.com

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Feb 5, 2016 ... He also managed two of the largest blood banks during World War II. Drew grew up in Washington, D.C. as the oldest son of a carpet layer.

Charles Drew - Pioneer of the Modern Blood Bank | The Black ...

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Mar 23, 2012 ... Charles Drew was a pioneer in the field of Blood Plasma research and helped to develop the modern blood bank. He was a highly regarded Black ... The Black Inventor Online Museum. Home · About · Female Inventors · Male ...

History of Blood Banking | Donate Blood, Save Lives - Nebraska ...

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Blood banking began growing in earnest with the return of physicians who had ... Invented by the Fenwal Company, the plastic blood bag with its satellite bags ...

Dr. Charles R. Drew: American Inventor - EnchantedLearning.com

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Dr. Charles Richard Drew: American Inventor. Drew (1904-1950) was an American medical doctor and surgeon who started the idea of a blood bank and a ...

Charles Richard Drew - American Chemical Society

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“Father of the Blood Bank” ... Renowned surgeon and pioneer in the preservation of life-saving blood .... BLACK PIONEERS OF SCIENCE AND INVENTION.

History of Blood Banking | Community Blood Center

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Blood banking can be traced back all the way to C2500 BCE. Learn what events in the world have resulted in changes in the blood banking process.

History of Blood Transfusions | American Red Cross

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The U.S. blood system is comprised of 1,500 hospital blood banks, 46 community blood centers, and 31 American Red Cross regional blood centers.

Dr. Charles Drew was a lifesaver through his blood plasma ...

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He was an African American surgeon and hematologist who made pioneering discoveries about blood plasma and set up blood banks in the 1930s and 1940s.

Charles Drew, Inventor of the Blood Bank - Inventors - About.com

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Jun 26, 2015 ... At a time when millions of soldiers were dying on battlefields across Europe, the invention of Dr. Charles R. Drew saved countless lives.

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Jim Crow Museum: Question of the Month - Ferris State University

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He helped establish a blood bank at Columbia University and became the first ... that Dr. Charles R. Drew, the internationally famous inventor of the blood bank, ...

Dr. Charles Drew: Blood Bank Inventor - Famous Black Inventors

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Read a short biography of Dr. Charles Drew, the famous black inventor whose research on blood plasma lead to the invention of the first blood bank.

Becoming "the Father of the Blood Bank," - Profiles in Science

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In 1938, Allen O. Whipple's surgical residency program at the Presbyterian Hospital in New York, the main teaching hospital for Columbia University's College of ...