Subject: For use in transfusions, is blood typed 'further' than A, B, O, etc.?
Date: Fri Mar 9 15:58:38 2001
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Area of science: Immunology
Although my blood type is O+, the most common type, when I've donated blood the
Red Cross has told me that I have an unusual blood type that is useful for
people who have received multiple transfusions or for certain newborns. How is
it possible to have the most common blood type & it be unusual?
Re: For use in transfusions, is blood typed 'further' than A, B, O, etc.?
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