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In the past, type O Blood was given to virtually anyone except those with what was termed ‘rare’ Blood. Donors of Blood group O were always referred to as ‘universal donors.’ Today, because of new research and a better understanding of the complex issues regarding immune reaction related to incompatible donor Blood cells, type O Blood is no longer automatically seen as being suitable in most every case.

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