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Eloise Giblett, Blood Research Leader, Dies at 88
Dr. Giblett's work helped make transfusions safer and bone marrow transplants more successful and led to her discovery...
Scientists make multiple types of white blood cells directly from stem cells
In an advance that could help transform embryonic stem cells into a multipurpose medical tool, scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have transformed these versatile cells into progenitors of white blood cells and into six types of mature white blood and immune cells...
Blood Type Could Matter in Pancreatic Cancer
People with type O blood are less likely to develop cancer of the pancreas than are people with type B.
Blood Donations Slow as Economy Slides
People are being tight with more than their money these days, according to officials of blood banks who say layoffs and other economic cutbacks are crimping their blood drives...