For the first time, the Red Cross declared a national blood crisis.
The organization said it’s experiencing its worst blood shortage in over a decade.
There’s an urgent need for donors.
Dr. Elizabeth Stone, a transfusion medical attendant at NewYork-Presbyterian Columbia spoke with the PIX11 News about the need for donors and how it's impacting hospitals.
Red Cross declares national blood crisis
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