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Last Blood Stock Update: 16 Nov 2018

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A+ Type Healthy Healthy: Thank you for donating. See you at the next donation!
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B+ Type Healthy Healthy: Thank you for donating. See you at the next donation!
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O+ Type Healthy Healthy: Thank you for donating. See you at the next donation!
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A- Type Moderate Moderate: The need for blood never stops! Make an appointment soon!
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AB- Type Moderate Moderate: The need for blood never stops! Make an appointment soon!
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I have my friend to thank, for spreading word on blood donation to me. My friend brought me to the BloodBank at HSA at Outram, sometime in 1980. My experience shows that donating blood did not cause any harm to me. Since then, I just continued donating because I feel good and rewarding to help others. I was awarded the Medal of Life at the World Blood Donor Day 2014, for having donated blood 202 times.

I believe that everyone has a social responsibility to play regardless of race, language or religion in this small multi racial multi religious beloved country, Singapore. By donating blood, I share a small part of my health with other people. I spend a small amount of my time to save others. This is my way of giving back to the community.

The strong urge to donate blood regularly keeps my health in check. Contrary to some myths, donating blood doesn’t take my health away. Blood donation helps to keep me healthy because I will constantly keep my diet and health in check so that I can always continue to donate blood.

I plan my schedule so that I donate blood regularly and consistently. When I know I need to travel, I will donate before I travel. I plan to make it happen. I have always put blood donation as an obligation into my schedule.

Many people always say they do not have time to donate. I believe if you are qualified to donate blood, you have this social responsibility to find time to give blood to society. You need to look at how blood donation will benefit the society as a whole and not at what you have to sacrifice on a personal level. This is something that the society must be educated on. This can be achieve quickly and effectively by incorporating the blood donation knowledge and responsibility into any existing comprehensive health educational program already organised by employers and the government. The incentive of recognising the employee’s social responsibility in their yearly performance (KPI) is an excellent motivation.

Another issue that I would like to raise is that some people donate blood just once and never donate again. Many people will donate blood when there is a disaster or when there is a campaign. This is good, and they should and can be encouraged to go one step further, to be a regular donor. Consistency brings the best results. By consistently donating blood, I keep my health in check by paying attention to my exercise regime and diet. I will work in that direction to be healthy, to be able to donate blood regularly and consistently.

I am in turn, spreading the word on blood donation to my family, colleagues and friends. One of my children who is 19 had donated five times. He is becoming a regular blood donor. The other, who is 16 donated blood in May for the first time. I envisage that blood donation can be a family event. I have regularly and consistently encouraged my friends and colleagues to donate blood.

I believe donating blood is an opportunity to do a good deed to others. As a Muslim, whenever you do good, regardless of how small it can be, God will bless you multiple times, in some way or another. By donating blood, He rewards me with the best of health. I thank God for rewarding me with good health.