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How To Target Your Type B-Positive

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You Have the Power To Save Lives

About 9% of the population has B+ blood. Your blood can be transfused to both B+ and AB+ patients. In trauma situations and surgeries, it is important to have your blood type readily available.

Your platelets are the most powerful part of your B+ blood. Platelets can be donated as often as every seven days, recommended every 14 days, and up to 24 times a year. Platelets are in high demand by hospitals and help cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Red blood cells from B+ donors also hold lifesaving power. Depending on hospital need, a whole blood donation might also be preferred. 


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Maximize Your
Donation Power

The most powerful part of B+ blood can be found in the platelets. Here are your recommendation donation procedures:

Fast Facts:

To maximize your true lifesaving power, B+ blood donors are strongly encouraged to donate platelets or whole blood.

9% of the population shares your blood type.

You can receive blood transfusions from people with type B+, 
B-, O+, or O- blood.

People with blood types B+ or AB+ can receive your
red blood cells.

People with blood types B+ or O+ can receive your
platelets.

People with blood types B+, B-, O+, or O- can receive your plasma.

Making an Impact

Unlock the power of your blood type and save more lives.

Meet Matt

Blood donors helped him go from cancer patient to cancer advocate.

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Learn About Donation Procedures

There’s more than one way to give blood. Let your blood type lead the way in targeting the best way for you to donate your powerful lifesaving gift.

Whole Blood

This is our most common procedure, drawing a pint of blood containing all blood components at one time.

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Double Red Cell

During a double red blood cell donation, we only collect your red blood cells, excluding the platelets and plasma.

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Platelets

During a platelet donation, we only collect your platelets, returning the rest of the blood components.

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