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ESC Bloodmobile Visit Nets 28 Life-Saving Pints


Bloodmobile held at ESC
Bloodmobile held at ESC

Twenty-eight pints were collected during Monday’s Bloodmobile visit to the Schneebeli Earth Science Center, the American Red Cross reports. As each pint of blood benefits three people, a total of 84 patients will be helped by the fall collection. Dennis F. Ringling, lead forestry professor in the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies, coordinated the blood drive; another visit will be scheduled for mid-March.

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