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# sponsored-by-ibts - Monday 10 June, 2019

'They can be life savers': People with haemochromatosis can now give blood - here are 7 things to know

Many people with haemochromatosis can now use their blood withdrawals to make a difference.

# sponsored-by-ibts - Thursday 28 February, 2019

‘I'd be in awe as a kid watching my dad do it’: Rugby player Sharon Lynch on why she donates platelets

‘I'd be in awe as a kid watching my dad do it’: Rugby player Sharon Lynch on why she donates platelets

She was part of the first ever Irish rugby team to beat New Zealand.

# sponsored-by-ibts - Wednesday 30 January, 2019

'It was the push I needed to become a blood donor again': Why one man is appealing to drivers to donate

'It was the push I needed to become a blood donor again': Why one man is appealing to drivers to donate

Currently, only 3% of the eligible population supply blood for over 4.5 million people.

# sponsored-by-ibts - Wednesday 31 October, 2018

# sponsored-by-ibts - Monday 10 September, 2018

‘It's something they'll hopefully keep up for life’: Why this teacher is encouraging students to give blood

‘It's something they'll hopefully keep up for life’: Why this teacher is encouraging students to give blood

Thérèse Glennon says that young people have a huge capacity for caring.

# sponsored-by-ibts - Thursday 16 August, 2018

'My dad donated for so long and suddenly he was relying on others' blood to keep him alive’

'My dad donated for so long and suddenly he was relying on others' blood to keep him alive’

Why this GAA coach is appealing for those who play to donate blood.

# sponsored-by-ibts - Monday 30 July, 2018

'When I got the text about where my blood was used, I actually started crying'

'When I got the text about where my blood was used, I actually started crying'

Two ‘bloody foreigners’ explain why blood donation is such a key part of living in Ireland for them.