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MAX FRANK Supports NHS Blood & Transplant

Staff and colleagues at MAX FRANK are giving blood and the NHS are encouraging more people to register too. MAX FRANK plans to continue to offer its long-term support to the local blood donor centre.

Everyday thousands of people’s lives are transformed thanks to blood and transplant donors, partners, campaigners, clinical trial applicants and colleagues. NHS Blood and Transplant are looking for people to be part of this story – and “be part of something special”.

Why give blood?

Giving blood saves lives. The blood you give is a lifeline in an emergency and for people who need long-term treatments. Blood - and its components - are used to treat patients with medical conditions such as anaemia, cancer blood disorders, and those having surgery.

The NHS need:

  • 400 new donors a day to meet demand
  • 135,000 new donors a year to replace those who can no longer donate
  • 40,000 more black donors to meet growing demand for better-matched blood
  • 30,000 new donors with priority blood types such as O negative every year
  • More young people to start giving blood so we can make sure we have enough blood in the future
    * Blood type B negative is urgently required *

So, who can give blood?

Most people can give blood. You can give blood if you:

  • are fit and healthy
  • weigh between 7 stone 12 lbs and 25 stone, or 50kg and 160kg
  • are aged between 17 and 66 (or 70 if you have given blood before)
  • are over 70 and have given blood in the last two years

Men can give blood every 12 weeks and women can give blood every 16 weeks.

Click here to find out more or to register today and become a blood donor.

MAX FRANK: "be part of something special"

Give Blood - Save a Life.


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Clough Street, Hanley
Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4AF
Staffordshire
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