In response to national blood supply shortages, the AHA today provided members with tools and resources to help hospitals and health systems conserve blood supply and encourage donations throughout the summer. The initiative is being undertaken in conjunction with the American Association of Blood Banks, the American Red Cross and other organizations that are reporting early signs of a severe shortage that could extend for months. AHA members today received a Member Advisory with more details.

 

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