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Vietnam veteran who survived cancer, COVID hits 100-gallon milestone with OneBlood

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville that although Vietnam is also a cancer survivor and COVID-19 reached the 100 oil and OneBlood another milestone on Wednesday.

While battling cancer and other coronavirus, the genius of Carl Schuch, and the convalescent, and the disposition of them said to the people, and in the total gift of platelets to aid in war COVID-19.

“No, it’s easy to do so, says Schuch.” That is so nice people. What are they afraid of?

The first 19 years have donated blood since Schuch continued even while Air from 1966 to 1970 OneBlood.

Another, and the blood was in California, Florida, and when I say in their regular blood drives held for two oil which became the donor. Which for the most part ceased spontaneously go to filthy-platelet pateints Schuch.

After the brim with donated over 96, OneBlood said in a news release, he learned that the cancer. Three years later, he was diagnosed with COVID-19 after spending three weeks in the hospital, 15 days of which were on the ventilator.

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Schuch was esteemed in the cake, and Mercury, who were alive, so many things to write a bill showing the contribution to the life of.

“Thank God that I’m about to hit this milestone,” he said. “This is already a long time coming now because I am just thrilled to be here today.”

Has reached more than 300 Floridians who is in the minority of cases 100 joins Schuch, from the time a bottle of the blood of the donor depending on the milestone, and began to in the second World War.

Generally speaking, a healthy people age 16 of them, or donate them to the least, who were laden with 110 pounds of blood. All donors receive a Checkup healing blood pressure and pulse count of football punch temperature screening test that includes a Covid MUS 19-plus role.

To learn more information about the importance of blood donors as the target donation of blood by virtue of their race, see oneblood.org 1.888.9DONATE or call (1.888.936.6283).

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