Bloodless in Beijing
When Xiaochen heard there were no platelets in the blood bank run by Red Cross in Beijing he was devastated.
“There's no blood anywhere… I'm sorry, everyone, I'm exhausted and I feel I want to give up on life,” wrote the 24-year old patient suffering from aplastic anemia, a rare disease in which an individual suffers a blood shortage due to bone marrow damage.
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