Another item from the horror file.
A friend who specializes in blood donation and blood sales, shared the following story. I am writing in my own words.
The Red Cross in the United States, a blood collector in Spain, and some Red Cross organizations in other countries refuse to allow people with hemochromatosis to donate blood. What is hemochromatosis? It is too much iron in the blood.
One of the first assumptions about the cause may be that this type of blood is not safe.
No. As this friend says, it’s “absolutely good” to move.
Then why not be allowed?
Because, it turns out, that people with hemochromatosis Advantage Through blood donation. They need regular blood transfusions to maintain their health.
So let’s see. Blood donors need to do this for their health and those who want blood need it Them Health
Sounds like a win-win, doesn’t it?
Ah, what you missed is that these sophisticated people don’t have it because donors have to do it for their health, their actions are not “altruistic”. Ah, awful!
So what will they do with the blood? They throw it away.
Who cares if people get blood as long as we feel good that donors are not benefiting?
Psst! Don’t remind the Red Cross of donuts and / or cookies that we iron-rich people get to donate.