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Making a Difference -One Donation at a Time (Marine Corps Installations East story by Lance Cpl. Nicholas Lubchenko)
What if you could do something small to make a big difference in someone else's life? The Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) allows you to do just that.

The ASBP is a joint operation among the ...

Blood and Plasma Help Treat Rare Brain Disease (Jeffery Diffy, ASBP blood donor recruiter, North Chicago, Ill.)
For three years Sarah Rosenthal suffered from a rare brain condition that caused serious physical and mental health problems. It took time and persistence, but she eventually received an accurate diagnosis and treatment protocol that has helped her recover.

Profiles of Dedication: Marissa Hunley (Ralph Peters, ASBP blood donor recruiter, NMC Portsmouth, Va.)
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Marissa Hunley is assigned to the Fleet Weather Station (FWC) on Naval Station in Norfolk, Virginia. Along with her daily responsibilities, Hunley has dedicated her time to supporting the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) and now acts as a primary ...

Dr. Macdonald is Recognized with ASBP Lifetime Achievement Award (ASBP Communications)
The Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) recently announced the honoree of its annual Lifetime Achievement Award: Dr. Victor W. Macdonald. Macdonald is recognized for helping transform the military blood program through his distinguished research and development career.

An Unexpected Accident, a Lifesaving Intervention (Jeffery Diffy, ASBP blood donor recruiter, North Chicago, Ill.)
More than a decade ago, then 16-year-old Megan Johnston was sitting on the passenger’s side enjoying the day riding the dunes with her father in Florence, Oregon. While stopped, a motorcycle making a jump landed on them; Johnston sustained grave injuries that required immediate medical intervention.