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Be Someone's Miracle

  

Laura

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December 26, 2012
I started donating regularly after I had my two children. The Red Cross informed me that I have a rare type that can be used for preemies and cancer patients. All parents should be able to see their babies grow up healthy, so I gave. When my kids were older, my aunt battled cancer, so I gave for cancer patients. Someone is always in need so I'm there as often as I can. When you give blood, you have the privilege of performing a miracle, so who says miracles don't happen these days!