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    Background Around 41,000 blood donations are needed everyday. 15.7 million blood donations are received in a year in the United States. With there being a constant demand for blood and less than ten percent of the population donating the blood supply can be sufficiently low considering what is needed. There are four types of donations possible, whole blood, platelets, plasma, and double red cells. Blood drives and donations are highly impacting and important to many people in various communities, while donors also receive some health benefits as well. The Process Donating blood is a clean and simple process that a person can easily integrate into one’s frequent schedule. The donation process consists of four simple steps, registration, medical…

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    We should donate blood General Purpose: To persuade my audience about blood donation. Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience about the importance of blood donation and realize them that blood donation is a good for all of us. Organizational Pattern: Monroe’s motivated sequence. Attention Getter: My ten-year-old cousin was included in a lethal street accident recently, and he required blood so earnestly. He went on the holding up rundown promptly, however it took us a couple of hours before we…

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    about autologous blood donation. The doctor explained the following requirements for autologous blood donation: the patient can’t donate within 72 hours prior to surgery, no age limitation for autologous donation, must be in overall good health and no present heart conditions, autologous units must be prescribed by the physician, discontinue use of Tylenol, aspirin, and alcohol. Preoperative autologous donation has advantages and disadvantages. The advantages of autologous blood donation…

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    But before surgery the patient decided to ask his primary care doctor about autologous blood donation. The doctor explained the following requirements for autologous blood donation: the patient can’t donate within 72 hours prior to surgery, no age limitation for autologous donation, must be in overall good health and no present heart conditions, autologous units must be prescribed by the physician, discontinue use of Tylenol, aspirin, and alcohol. Preoperative autologous donation has…

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    Economical Aspects of Donating Blood Blood is a crucial part in many medical procedures and emergencies in which organizations such as the American Red Cross are constantly advocating the public to donate it. They advertise that while you are doing a simple task, you may be saving someone’s life. In a study done by Johanne Charbonneau, who has a Ph.D in political science and Natalie Y-Lang Tran, it was found that most people gave blood because they considered it a “useful” gesture and wanted to…

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    Stock Issues November 3 2016 Why You Should Donate Blood General Purpose: To persuade I. INTRODUCTION A. Attention Gainer: “Up to 3 lives are saved by one pint of donated blood,” that means that if all of us 20 students just in this class were to donate blood, as many as 60 lives could be saved (Rock River Valley Blood Center). B. Reason to Listen: Blood donation affects more lives than some are aware of, it may have helped your family, friends, or neighbors; it is a subject everyone should be…

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    Samantha Bailey 25 April 2016 Bioethics; Dr. Sarah Roe Deontological Duty to “Altruistic” Blood Donation I. Titmuss’ argument for completely voluntary blood donation In a global economy where paid donors of human blood are exploited and buyers of blood make significant profit, Richard Titmuss argues in his article “Why Give to Strangers?” that not only is altruistic blood donation morally significant, but beneficial for the good of man kind. In this article, Titmuss draws a contrast between…

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    Blood Donation Speech

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    We all know that the main functions of the blood are the transport of respiratory gases, digested food or nutrients, waste products, hormones, enzymes and ions from one body part to another, it protects a body against diseases and regulates body temperature. In other words, blood is the essence of life. A body cannot survive without a sufficient amount of blood. Unfortunately, there are people who don’t have the same chances as we do. Let us take the United States as example. Every two…

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    was fighting in an emergency room because bleeding a lot in surgery and needed a blood so urgently. But the blood supply does not enough and there’s not matching with you. It is not nice to imagine right? But these happened in a real life, and some of us may have experienced them already. But most of people especially in Malaysia still not take this issue as an important issue for them. Maybe it is because it not happens to them yet, so they not take it seriously. Now I would like to explain…

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    However, not only does the company of the products being displayed benefit from these ads, but the people benefit as well morally and contentment. Without ads, no one would know when a movie, book, or event is taking place. If there wasn 't a constant reminder for a test coming up, people would be upset that it came up unexpectedly. The same can go for a an item or event you are desperately waiting for. If it just came and went without a single peep from a poster or announcement or…

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