Give blood at UNTHSC

Sign up now for the next Carter BloodCare blood drive at the UNT Health Science Center, Thursday, Nov. 8, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can donate at the UNT Health business office at 1412 May St., Fort Worth; or the Everett building Atrium on campus.

Sign up for Nov. 8 at May Street office

Sign up for Nov. 8 at Everett Atrium

Each donated unit of blood can save three lives, and blood donation is especially crucial as the holidays approach. Did you know that less than 38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to give? UNTHSC continues its commitment to blood donation, exemplified by the recent honors it received for hosting blood drives on campus. 

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