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[LETTERS TO THE EDITOR]Foreign blood

Nobody should be surprised that the blood program in Korea is in a shambles. For more than 30 years I have been a regular blood donor, but each time I tried to donate here, I had an argument with the Red Cross. They said my blood pressure was too low, my blood was anemic or something else untrue. They don’t want my blood because I am a foreigner. One blood worker came right out and said it: “We don’t want your blood. If you want to donate, go down to the Kyobo Building.”


by Steve Stupak

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