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An urgent plea from the President and top public health officials has thrust the potentially lifesaving effects of convalescent plasma into the national spotlight.
Representative Nancy Mace and Joe Cunningham donated plasma on different days to South Carolina nonprofit, The Blood Connection, to help current COVID-19 patients in their recovery.
‘I want the next life saved like mine’: SC man with COVID-19 advocates for convalescent plasma donations: WIS (SC)
A Columbia man is sharing his battle with COVID-19 with the hopes it will encourage more South Carolinians who’ve had the virus to donate convalescent plasma. He says this treatment saved his life.
FOX Carolina morning anchor Margaret-Ann Carter faced COVID-19 and is now clear from the virus. She shows you how COVID-19 survivors can give plasma needed for those still fighting.
The 16th Annual Rock ‘N Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive kicks off today with 106.3 WORD’s sister stations, 93.3 the Planet and Rock 101.1
On Tuesday, July 14, 1,109 people statewide are hospitalized with the coronavirus. It’s creating a need and greater demand for those who’ve recovered from COVID-19 to donate convalescent plasma. That’s the treatment that gives those fighting the virus a boost of antibodies.
To boost community collection efforts during this unprecedented time of social distancing and safety concerns, Vidant Health and The Blood Connection (TBC) are partnering to host a large community blood drive at the Greenville Convention Center.
The Blood Connection is seeking convalescent plasma donors to donate in the Upstate, as cases of COVID-19 rise.
The coronavirus continues to impact many aspects of our daily lives, and it’s also having an effect on the number of blood donors. That’s why The Blood Connection and CarolinaEast Medical Center in New Bern hosted a blood drive at Garber United Methodist Church.
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