Bone-marrow registry kits included inside packets of bandages
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Some 10,000 people in the US alone need bone marrow transplants each year, yet fewer than half receive them. Aiming to minimize the barriers that prevent healthy individuals from registering as potential donors, New York-based pharmaceuticals firm Help Remedies has come up with a solution: Include registry kits inside its packages of bandages, so consumers can simply swab a small sample of blood from a cut that's already made before bandaging it up. Launched in February, Help's new bandage brand is entitled, “Help, I've cut myself and I want to save a life.” Accordingly, boxes of the bandages each include…
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