Blood particles found to be normal components

02/13/2003 | USA Today

The Red Cross announced on Tuesday that the white clumps recently found in some blood donations are made up of normal blood components. More testing is needed to identify why the platelets, white blood cells and fibrin are clumping in such high numbers.

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