Bengaluru: Making blood available for children with is is a growing challenge for Thalassemia care centers in the city. Normally, Thalassemia patients require 1-2 units of blood every 20 days or on a monthly basis.
Bengaluru: A city-based voluntary blood donation organisation has come to the rescue of a critically ill cancer patient in Istanbul, Turkey, and helped his chances of survival by sending three units of his extremely rare blood group – Bombay blood type —from local donors.
BHOPAL: In a first of its kind case in India, a tribal woman in Madhya Pradesh has been found to have the rare blood group, Para-Bombay B.
She is the fourth person in the country to have the rare blood group of Para-Bombay and first in India identified to have the blood group, Para-Bombay B, doctors in Madhya Pradesh government-run Jay Arogya Hospital (JAH) in Gwalior disclosed to this newspaper on Wednesday.