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Memorial Blood Centers Launches New Online Resource
Date:8/25/2010

heduling an appointment to donate.
  • New information on available blood products and components, testing services, medical support, and research products.  
  • A wealth of information about blood — what it is, what it does, and why it matters — a comprehensive glossary of terms, and an entire section filled with facts and Q&As about the blood donation process.  
  • The ability for visitors to Spread the Word about Memorial Blood Centers' life-saving mission with downloadable banner ads that can be added to their websites.
  • Dozens of short videos and testimonials that feature stories of recipients and donors whose lives have been forever changed as a result of blood donation.
  • A Media Room that offers important facts and history about the organization, recent news and announcements, donor and recipient stories, a photo gallery, logos and graphics.
  • RSS feeds are available for MBC news articles and events.

  • Hospital customers ordering online will continue to have direct access to placing orders in a safe and secure environment.  

    A special section focused specifically on educating young people and first time donors includes: a unique set of tools, features, and content to encourage high school and college students to learn about blood donation, get involved in organizing a blood drive at their school, share their donor or recipient stories, and spread the word about the importance of giving blood to others through social media.  

    ABO Joe, Memorial Blood Centers' mascot who is extremely popular with high school students, will be entertaining readers with posts to his blog. Blood drive results in the friendly competition between Metro and Northland high schools will be posted online for participants to track the progress of their schools' drives in saving lives. And everyone can follow Memorial Blood Centers' events on a variety of social media:

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