James Harrison, 74, has an antibody in his plasma that stops babies dying from Rhesus disease, a form of severe anaemia. It was found his plasma could treat the condition and since then it has been given to hundreds of thousands of women. Mr Harrison has been giving blood every few weeks since he was 18 years old and has now racked up a total of 984 donations. It is estimated he has helped save 2.2 million babies so far. He said: ‘I’ve never thought about stopping. Never.’ He made a pledge to be a donor aged 14 after undergoing major chest surgery in which he needed 13 litres of blood.
so I leave for toronto wednesday but I’m just starting to plan and pack…made a trip to at&t just to find out how crazy these international rates are…lol…o well…my parents and grandparents are each gonna get a one minute phone call while I’m gone…lol…
hello again! haha.
i wouldn't say its abstract, but eh. I just really enjoy the subject for some reason and I'm planing on going to law school so it would be helpful.
civil engineering! that's pretty cool.
what school do you go to ?
hola! lol It has to be…I took an intro to philosophy class and it had me questioning everything…I got an A in that class…that’s not to boast but to show you how consumed I was for that semester into plato and his logic and having to explain my theories and defend his…lol and my mom is a lawyer…so I know all about the “fun” you’ll be having in law school lol I attend the University of South Florida