B negative is a rare blood type that holds tremendous power. Only 2% of the population
has B negative blood. The need for blood is constant. Blood is often transfused within three
days of your donation.
People with B negative blood have two ways to target the power of their blood. Their red blood
cells are needed and so too are their platelets. Platelet donations offer life-saving hope for
cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, and platelets can be donated every 7 days. To
maximize their true lifesaving power, all B negative donors are strongly encouraged to donate
whole blood, double red blood cells or platelets.Find your nearest donor center and make an
appointment to donate today.