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Many Cannot Donate Blood


Week of January 07, 2008

Due to the prevalence of mad cow disease in Europe, millions of veterans and servicemembers are no longer eligible to give blood if they spent a total of six months on or associated with a military base in any of the following areas during the specified time frames: from 1980 - 1990 in Belgium, the Netherlands (Holland) or Germany; from 1980 - 1996 in Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Italy or Greece; you spent (visited or lived) a cumulative time of five years in Europe including the UK from 1980 - 1996. For more information, visit the American Red Cross website.



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