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lifeblood

the blood, considered as vital to sustain life
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The 30 clinical trial participants had been previously screened and rejected as donors by Lifeblood Biological Services.
Lifeblood looks forward to working in partnership with the Welsh Assembly Government in tackling what is nothing short of a public health crisis that could be easily prevented.
For more information: Lifeblood: The Thrombosis Charity, Tel: +44(0)7958209818, Email: lifeblood.
The campaign has joined forces with thrombosis charity Lifeblood to encourage hospitals to use the checklist to ensure all patients are properly assessed for blood clots so the most appropriate form of treatment can be given.
Lifeblood He said: "Kyle is a good player and he's only 18.
The data, uncovered by Lifeblood, the thrombosis charity, also revealed that 12 teenagers across the UK died from the preventable condition.
Consultant haematologist Prof Beverley Hunt, medical director of Lifeblood, said the human cost of this preventable condition was devastating.
It brings together Australians who are concerned about the state of our lifeblood the Murray-Darling and want to see this problem fixed.
Commenting on the first-quarter sales success, Reiner Braun, director of sales and marketing for BMW Group Middle East said: "Our success is largely attributed to our customers and the commitment and dedication of our importers who are the lifeblood of our business.
Lastly on commercial, where there are a lot of shops and offices empty, no mention of empty property rates, which are necessary, absolutely vital to bring some lifeblood back to the city of Coventry.
Winning the right to go up a level is the lifeblood of any sport," said Burnham.
LifeBlood also shares detailed information about building a new business team, agency self-promotion, getting a first meeting, and pitching to win.