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Donate Blood For Chance To Meet Packer John Kuhn

A stadium full of people calls for John Kuhn every game. Now, the Green Bay fullback is calling you.

john_kuhnKuhn’s father was in a motorcycle accident, and John knows that the blood transfusions his Dad received saved his life. While John does his best to pay it forward by donating blood regularly, he’s asking you to RUN YOUR ROUTE straight to a BloodCenter of Wisconsin donor center November 19, 2012 through January 6, 2013. If your center has the best donor turnout during that time you’ll win a party with John Kuhn!

Besides having a chance to meet John Kuhn, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped save lives here in Wisconsin. Patients in our community need blood every day for surgery, cancer treatment or for accident victims like John’s Dad.

Call 1-877-BE-A-HERO (1-877-232-4376) to schedule your appointment today.

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About K9vin

I have been a volunteer for the humane treatment of animals in the Milwaukee area for 10 years as well as our parks system including founding the friends group for off-leash dog parks and a volunteer for The Park People. I was born in and raised near Milwaukee and have pride in the city. I want to be one of the people always striving to make Milwaukee better, starting with getting other men involved in their community.

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  1. Recent research coming out of the National Anemia Action Council (NAAC) has found that the common practice of administering blood transfusion to traumatic brain injury patients may actually be increasing the risk of mortality as well as “composite complication including multi-organ failure.”The study, which lasted over a seven-year period, found that of the 1,150 TBI patients, approximately 76 percent were found to be anemic at some time period during their first week after administration to the hospital because of their TBI incident. The anemic group was said to have increased complications compared to non-anemic patients and of the “anemic group, 76 percent received blood transfusions during their first week and the transfusion in this group was associated with more complications and a higher mortality rate than patients who were not transfused.”-

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