2019

The need for blood donors doesn’t stop over the holidays, says New Zealand Blood ServiceIf someone saved your life this summer, you’d never forget it.

Paul Tomlin was 19 years old when he first signed up to be a blood donor – he was just accompanying his uncle and had agreed to give a few minutes of his day to donate blood.

PRESS RELEASE Sir Graham Henry and New Zealand Blood Service Join Forces to Build the World’s Biggest Reserve Bench #jointhebench Answer Sir Graham’s call up and join the world’s biggest reserve bench New Zealand needs 100,000 people to commit to become a blood donor There is no alternative to blood; blood donors save lives.

Dr Natalie Robinson spends five weeks a year down in Antarctica gathering data to better understand the impacts of climate change.

Jarom, a 24-year-old university graduate from Hamilton, had only donated blood twice before he learned that he was a bone marrow match for someone in dire need.

This World Blood Donor Day (WBDD), New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) wants to say thank you to all of its wonderful donors.

New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) will be temporarily closing three of its blood donor centres for three business days during the week beginning 22nd April.

With both his sisters, mother and father professionally linked to the health care sector, civil engineer Peter felt like the odd one out, so he became a blood donor to bridge the gap.

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