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Blood Donation Facts

Donated blood is needed by a patient in the U.S. every two seconds. Only 37% of people are able...

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What is Organ Donation?

Organ donation is the process of removing an organ from one person and surgically placing it in another person....

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What a Heart Screening Entails

Heart screenings are important in detecting cardiac diseases before any symptoms may occur. The goal of a heart screening...

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Why Should You Donate Blood?

Blood drives are often an event we hear about around our high school or college campuses, at work and...

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Heart Failure in the United States

Heart failure is a condition in which the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs. In some cases, the heart cannot...

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Why Become an Organ Donor?

The first time anyone gets a driver’s license they are asked if they would like to become an organ...

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Facts on Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Every year in the U.S., around 350,000 people experience sudden cardiac arrest. 90% of them turn fatal, but what...

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youths

Sudden Cardiac Arrest in youths can be easily overlooked and takes the lives of over 2,000 children every year....

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Organ Transplants and COVID-19

With the outbreak of COVID-19 across the world and in our backyard, of Kirkland, WA, there is a lot...

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Top 8 Myths of Organ Donation

Around 120,000 people in the United States are in need of a lifesaving organ transplant. There are many misconceptions...

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