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Daily Quiz for October 31, 2011

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Originally published on Published Online: October 31, 2011 
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Dr. Charles Drew, who discovered how to preserve human blood for transfusion, directed American and British blood-plasma programs at the beginning of this war.

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2 Responses to “Daily Quiz for October 31, 2011”

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    Rudy says:

    He died because blood transfusion was withheld due to prejudice during the 50's.

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      Simon Lambert says:

      This is an urban myth the 3 other doctors travelling with him who only received minor injuries all attest that they and Drew received immediate and appropriate care at the hospital they were taken to. Lets get our facts right and not re-iterate a "fable" to make a story out of nothing

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