Join our Community Blood Drive Sept. 6, 2023

Blood disorders like hemophilia and sickle cell disease affect over 120,000 Americans, and millions more carry genes that put them at risk of developing or passing along these conditions.

These conditions can mean costly hospitalizations and doctor’s appointments, work and school disruptions, and lower quality of life.

Donating blood makes it possible for people with blood disorders to maintain their wellbeing and continue living life on their terms.

It takes less than 90 minutes to make a difference. Sign up for our Community Blood Drive on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Topeka Campus Hospital, Centennial Rooms A & D.

Register here

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