Through patient-centered partnerships with major Universities in the communities we serve, the Blood Science Foundation creates opportunities for new and more effective treatments for blood disorders by donating $20 million to blood science research over the last 10 years, including: 

• the quality of stored red blood cells

• reduction of drug dosages by labeling red blood cells (reduction in dosages leads to a reduction in negative side effects)

• lung complications from sickle cell anemia

• cord blood stem cells used to repopulate the bone marrow

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