America's Blood Centers

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America's Blood Centers (ABC) is North America's largest network of non-profit blood centers. Made up of 600 donor centers in 45 states and Quebec, America's Blood Centers' members collect more than 8 million units of whole blood,[1] nearly half of the U.S. and Quebec, Canada volunteer donor blood supply. America's Blood Centers' members supply blood products and services to more than 3,500 hospitals and healthcare facilities across North America.

In addition to blood, America's Blood Centers also provides hospitals and their patients with the majority of the nation's tissue, bone marrow, stem cell and transfusion services.[2]

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