We the undersigned students of UCD would liek to express our dissatisfaction at the Irish Blood Transfusion Service' refusal to allow gay men their right to donate blood. We would like you to follow the example set by the NHS' Blood and Transplant Department (Giver Blood) in Britain in allowing gay men to give blood. Gay men (and women who have had sex with gay men) would like to be treated as equals in all regards in Irish society and your organisation is standing in the way of this progress.
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Hernando, Canada2 years ago Comments: Thank you so much for telling your story. It's more than irapinstional; it's deeply connecting with all humanity, as well as humbling and heart-softening.
Yavuzselim, United States2 years ago Comments: I can't believe your wodurefnl trust in the medical profession. Thanks for writing your story and I hope the entire world reads it because it is knowledge we all can profit from.Who knows when we might need to consider the same process for ourselves or someone else? I am hoping that everyone reading it will be alert for ways for patients to keep lab staff and everyone else on their toes. Having been a working RN for 30 years, I could write several books about quirky hospital errors myself. We all need to work on ways to save patients time and trouble.
Taty, United States2 years ago Comments: Lauren, very inspiring!! The whole time I was aksnig myself if I could do such a thing. Maybe for my own children or grandchildren but for someone I don't even know, phew. Your intentions were very admirable and truly humbling. now if we could just share your humanity a little to make this world a better place. Many blessings to you, Jivan Joti kaur
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