Tag Archives: National Blood Service

Give a pint, save a life

Lincolnshire hospitals need eight hundred and seventy pints everyday to meet demand. Photo: Anneka James

As The National Blood Service’s supplies run low after Easter, Stephanie Bolton and Candi Hindocha look at why giving a pint saves lives.

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Time to end ban on gay men giving blood?

Debate rises about gay men's right to give blood. | Photo: Anneka Jones

December began with World AIDS day, and one of the main issues surrounding this year’s event was ban on homosexual men donating blood.

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LGBT society protest for gay men’s right to donate blood

The LGBT society of the University of Lincoln demonstrated for gay men’s right to donate blood on November 4th, where they were met by overwhelming support from students.

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Lincoln students praised for generous blood donations

Lincoln students are urged to live up to their generous reputation as blood donation sessions return to the Engine Shed, starting on Wednesday, November 4th.

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