Protecting the global blood supply is one of the most critical safeguards for disease prevention and the spread of harmful or potentially fatal viruses. Traditionally, many countries have a difficult time establishing coordinated and accurate medical histories of donors that include the ability to flag “professional” blood donors – those who are inflicted with a disease or condition that renders their blood contaminated but continually attempt to donate for financial compensation. In addition, identifying and restricting “proxy” donors in Blood Banks is another major roadblock. In proxy donation, a healthy donor gets himself/herself screened. When the donor is called for donating, someone else is sent in his/her place. Proxy donors are mostly professional donors.
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