Be a hero! Here’s how Houstonians can give blood through MD Anderson
In fact, MD Anderson says cancer patients need approximately 200 units of red blood cells and 600 units of platelets each day. The MD Anderson Blood Bank depends on local blood and platelet donors to meet the need, and it is an especially great need as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. The only way to ensure blood goes directly to MD Anderson patients is to donate at one of the MD Anderson Blood Bank locations or through an MD Anderson community blood drive. #EndCancer Posted by MD Anderson Cancer Center on Monday, October 26, 2020Cancer doesn’t stop -- even during a global pandemic. Find a location to donate and sign up for an appointment at the MD Anderson Blood Bank’s website.