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HOSA Hosts Annual Blood Drive on Jan.25 [Photo Story]

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HOSA Hosts Annual Blood Drive on Jan.25 [Photo Story]

Dividers stand up to ensure student privacy as they have their finger pricked and their blood tested. The small drop of blood determines if you have enough iron or any diseases. It also counts your hemoglobin to see whether it’s high enough to do a “double”. A double consists of donating double the amount of red blood cells while returning your plasma and platelets.

Dividers stand up to ensure student privacy as they have their finger pricked and their blood tested. The small drop of blood determines if you have enough iron or any diseases. It also counts your hemoglobin to see whether it’s high enough to do a “double”. A double consists of donating double the amount of red blood cells while returning your plasma and platelets.

Credit to Kamryn Bell

Dividers stand up to ensure student privacy as they have their finger pricked and their blood tested. The small drop of blood determines if you have enough iron or any diseases. It also counts your hemoglobin to see whether it’s high enough to do a “double”. A double consists of donating double the amount of red blood cells while returning your plasma and platelets.

Credit to Kamryn Bell

Credit to Kamryn Bell

Dividers stand up to ensure student privacy as they have their finger pricked and their blood tested. The small drop of blood determines if you have enough iron or any diseases. It also counts your hemoglobin to see whether it’s high enough to do a “double”. A double consists of donating double the amount of red blood cells while returning your plasma and platelets.

By Kamryn Bell, Sports Photo Editor

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