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Langone Medical Center Blood Drive at Kimmel April 27

April 13, 2010

The NYU Langone Medical Center Blood Program will host a blood drive at the Kimmel Center for Life (60 Washington Square South) on Tuesday, April 27th, rooms 904 and 905, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Blood drives play a critical role to ensure that our nation has an adequate blood supply at all times. Every two seconds, someone in America needs a transfusion. Only 5 percent of the eligible population donates, and blood must be available before it is needed. 

Every donor will receive a small token of appreciation for donating.

For questions about eligibility, call Felix Harrison at 212-263-5440 or contact the donor center.

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