The Red Cross continues to face its worst blood shortage in more than a decade
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Jan 17, 2022 7:47 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- As the American Red Cross faces its worst blood shortage in more than a decade, doctors are making difficult decisions about who receives transfusions and who will continue to wait for treatment.
Dr. Pampee Young is the chief medical officer of biomedical services for the American Red Cross. She joined CBS 58 on Monday, Jan 17. to talk about the current state of the nation's blood supply.