Donating Blood: Showing Affection or Coercion?

Donating Blood: Showing Affection or Coercion?

Donating Blood: Showing Affection or Coercion?
Donating Blood: Showing Affection or Coercion?
Blood is life. It is the only component of life that cannot be reproduced or manufactured. With the inception of hypodermic needle and transfusion, donating blood becomes a popular act of altruism. People start to become volunteers and donate blood to save lives. However, up this very moment, the world is experiencing scarcity. The demand for blood is high but the supply remains low. How to stop it? What can the government do to help? Will blood banks should continue to pay donors? All these issues and questions must be provided with answers and immediate solutions.

About the Author, Michael S. Williams
At 26, Michael S. Williams is a professional leasing entrepreneur, who decided to make a difference after receiving his diploma in college. That’s why; up until this moment, he donates his blood three times a year. He also helps the orphanage just five blocks away from his house. During his free time, he loves to read non-fiction books, watch documentary films and play tennis. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Ana.

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