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How Future Blood Shortages Could Be Solved in the Lab | WSJ

The coronavirus pandemic led to shortages in the blood supply across the U.S. Scientists around the world are working on a potential solution. The Future of Everything looks at the process of making artificial blood. Illustration: Timothy Wong

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    One of my biggest fears is needing a blood transfusion or an organ transplant and there is none available.

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    Black Vito - Moneyology

    We need to start farming people….

    This Is a joke, a dark joke perhaps but a joke nonetheless

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    If we ever entered a vampire apocalypse like the film Daybreakers, this will be most helpful.

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    The wallstreet journal needs to do a video about ecosia they are a search engine that plants trees with their profits

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    Maybe in future, they'll be able to create artificial organs too which would also decrease the illegal organ trafficking.

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    I donated my blood 3 times

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    That "explanation" was way too fast.

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    Why donate blood for free when hospitals make all the money? If you could sell blood at the market price there wouldn’t be any shortage

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    Contact me if you want to be my Boyfriend 😍💋 💝💖❤️

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    0:10
    awesometeens.online

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    Hello everybody. How are you today?

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    Wish you all healthy 💓

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    We are also artificialy creating sperm and egg cells for future generations children

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