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Blood shortage continues as summer need rises

Eligible residents encouraged to donate blood

Barbara Barquist has her blood drawn at the Bloodworks Northwest Bellingham Donor Center on Feb. 11. Donations are needed to replenish the center's thinned inventory.
Barbara Barquist has her blood drawn at the Bloodworks Northwest Bellingham Donor Center on Feb. 11. Donations are needed to replenish the center's thinned inventory. (Victoria Corkum/Cascadia Daily News)
By Emma Gardner News Intern
A state and national blood shortage continue to vex local blood banks, hospitals and public official
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