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What happens if the blood banks in the US go bankrupt?

PorSam Miller

Ene 1, 2023

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Blood bank revenues may fall from $5 billion in 2008 to $1.5 billion annually.

Financial institutions are not the only type of bank that has faced recent problems in the United States.

The multi-billion dollar blood banking industry has also been hit hard, in this case by changes taking place in the medical landscape.

Established in the US in 1936, blood banks are basically dedicated to the collection, storage, processing and sale of human blood.

After the end of World War II, these institutions began to experience remarkable growth. They multiplied by miles.