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Date:10/27/2009

one pint of blood they can save up to three lives right here in the Pittsburgh area."

Donating blood is a very simple, easy and free way to give back to the Pittsburgh community. Each blood donation can save up to three area lives. If this drive's goal of collecting 500 donations is met, more than 1,500 people would receive the gift of life.

Pre-registered appointments for this popular drive are highly recommended but walk-ins are welcome. Those interested in participating in the drive and securing their two tickets to the midnight screening can register at www.centralbloodbank.org or call (412) 209-7080.

In order to give blood, donors must be at least 17 years old (16 year olds may donate with a signed parental consent), weigh at least 110 pounds and not have received any tattoos or piercings (ear piercings are ok) in the last year. There may be other eligibility requirements that apply that will be determined on an individual basis on site.

About Central Blood Bank

Established in 1951, Central Blood Bank is a not-for-profit organization that serves the transfusion needs of Pittsburgh and surrounding area hospitals. Today it is a center for excellence in transfusion medicine and an integral partner in the delivery of health care in western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and eastern Ohio regions. Central Blood Bank currently employs approximately 330 dedicated employees at 28 conveniently located community locations who annually collect, test and distribute 155,000 units of whole blood to more than 40 hospitals and health care facilities in the tri-state area. Fourteen mobile teams are available daily, visiting businesses, schools, churches and community groups to provide access to donate.

For more information surrounding Central Blood Bank, visit www.CentralBloodBank.org
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