Swab & send

Help Remedies has launched a new range of plasters that encourage people to join the bone marrow register.

Each pack comes with a marrow registry kit. Before putting on a plaster, you simply take a blood sample with a sterile swab and send it off to the donor centre in the envelope provided. The dual-purpose packs make something good out of a bad situation and will hopefully prompt more people to sign up for this good cause.

Via. http://prote.in/feed/2012/03/help-remedies

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