Stepping up when it counts


Keep it coming: A worker at the blood bank stacking blood bags at its centre. Donors are encouraged to donate regularly as it is in constant demand. — ONG SOON HIN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: After a cry for help from the National Blood Centre about a critical level of blood supply, Malaysians came out in droves during the last weekend to donate blood.

National Blood Centre transfusion specialist Dr Norasrina Ishak said that aided by media publicity on the situation, they were able to replenish the blood stock to a sufficient level.

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