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You must be healthy, be at least 17 years old, and weigh at least 110 pounds to donate blood.
Pregnant women are not allowed to donate blood. People with tattoos are eligible if they recieved the tattoo in a state-regulated facility. People with diabetes are eligible, while those with tuberculosis or AIDS are not.

Blood Facts and Statistics | American Red Cross - RedCrossBlood.org


Donating blood is a safe process. A sterile needle is used only once for each donor and then ...

Donating Blood | Blood Facts & Frequently Asked Questions


BloodSource needs regular donations of all blood types throughout the year. Visit our website to get all the answers to your blood donating questions.

Blood Facts | Community Blood Center


Blood Facts. It's a fact… you must wait 56 days between whole blood donations. Now here are 56 other facts about giving blood: 4.5 million Americans will a ...

Facts & Figures - America's Blood Centers


Facts & Figures. Here are a few interesting statistics and facts about blood: ... Did you know there is more than one type of blood donation? Learn more about ...

Fun Facts - LifeServe Blood Center


For automobile and trauma patients: 5-100 Red Cell Donations ... weigh at least 120 pounds are eligible to donate whole blood. DID YOU KNOW? Fun Facts ...

LifeStream | Blood Donation Facts


Top Image. FACTS ABOUT BLOOD DONATION. Safety Guidelines 2016. Who Can Donate Blood? General. Volunteer blood donors must be at least 15 years ...

WHO | 10 facts on blood transfusion


Facts about blood donation, blood transfusion safety.

Central Blood Bank | Facts | Blood Donation


Blood. Whole blood is comprised of three main components: red cells, plasma and platelets. The shelf life of each component varies: Red Cells: 42 days ...

Blood FAQ - AABB


This section includes basic facts about blood donation and transfusion, including frequently asked questions (see below), along with valuable material on patient ...