Discovery of Blood Bank

An American researcher, Charles Richard Drew, originated the concept of a “Blood bank” while researching for his doctorate in the medical field, he took up the job of a supervisor at the blood plasma division of the blood transfusion associated in New York city. There he hound that by separating the liquid red blood cells from the near solid plasma and freezing the two separately, blood could be preserved and reconstituted at a later date.

The new concept in blood banks is the sorting of umbilical cerd blood which contains stem cells that cab be used to cure diseases.

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