Wisconsin, Iowa benefit from 16-year-old blood donors

03/24/2009 | Daily Herald (Wausau, Wis.)

The past year has seen 4,500 16-year-olds donating blood at American Red Cross blood drives, said Greg Novinska from the Red Cross' Badger-Hawkeye Blood Services Region that serves Wisconsin and Iowa. The increase in 16-year-old donors, thanks to new legislation, could help the agency secure enough blood supplies as older donors become unqualified to donate due to medical concerns.

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