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An individual person does not have a mortality rate: it means the fraction of people out of a group who die over a specific time period. It may seem like your particular chance of dying is that same number, but it's not: the people who die with condition X may be sicker, have a worse case of it, have something else, be older, and so on. Although 80% of ...


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The Red Cells can be used for other purposes like blood transfusions. It's not necessary for whole blood transfusions as far as we know. Plasma is the part of blood that remains after the red cells, white cells and platelets are removed. Blood type AB people are considered universal plasma donors because they don't carry Anti-A or Anti-B in their plasma. ...


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