There has been a monumental policy shift in paying blood plasma donors in Canada.
The US blood supply chain is often fragile, but the coronavirus could make it more so. An expert explains.
A recent study on the brains of pigs suggested that some activity could be restored even after the porkers had been dead for four hours. A neuroscientist who specializes in brain death explains.
The US is once again experiencing a shortage of blood, a difficult commodity to ship because it is perishable and time-sensitive. Here’s how game theory could help solve the problem.
Lower demand for blood may sound like good news, yet it is causing problems in the blood supply chain. Hospitals want to pay less for blood, which leads to disruption of previous business models.