September 25, 2008

A twilight barking ,

My friend Natalie has written a great post
see here:-
It is about the need for blood donors and to keep new generations donating. Please would you read it and pass the word on? Sadly Mr Mog and I are unable to give blood due to the medications we are both on but I'll be mentioning this to my daughter and assorted family and friends.
I hope you will too
thank you:)
The twilight barking? Read the post and you will understand:)


maylin said...

I couldn't agree more. It was in a large part due to all the blood he received that my son recovered from leukaemia last year, and I am eternally grateful to all those donors.
I used to donate in the UK but am disqualified in France because of BSE (they would like you to believe there is none in France)

Joanna said...

I've been a donor since I was 18, before Neo my blood was used for babies and small children, I've got a haemoglobin problem at the moment, but aslong as I can I'll keep giving Amber!

Anonymous said...

Give blood for free.

Let the NHS sell it to other countries.

Excellent idea.

[sorry, but this is something that *really* makes me cross]

Anonymous said...

Oh, sorry, I also need to add, my total disdain for the Transfusion Service's total homophobia.

There are *many* more heterosexual people who induge in unsafe sex (and weird and wonderful sexual pratices) than there are gay ones.

Right, rant over :)

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