The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: donating blood to learn one's blood type
Posted By: Joan
In Response To: donating blood to learn one's blood type (anti product warrior)
There are a number of legitimate reasons for refusing to take blood. I offered to give blood for a person who needed many pints. I was turned down because
Another reason (which may apply to your friend) is that the blood banks sometimes only need back up on a few blood types. It is expensive to process the blood
If he were to go in when they are making a desperate plea for donors of all blood types, they might be far more receptive to pulling out a typing kit for him.
Still, seems like he deserved a more tactful explanation!
I have friends who are 'exiles' from working for a Red Cross blood bank. Appareently, some units aren't trained in diplomacy even with their own employees.
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anti product warrior -- Monday, 23 March 1998, at 2:18 p.m.
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