Convenience, the bane of our existence, and other barriers to donating

@article{Schreiber2006ConvenienceTB,
  title={Convenience, the bane of our existence, and other barriers to donating},
  author={George B Schreiber and Karen S. Schlumpf and Simone A. Glynn and David J. Wright and Yongling Tu and Melissa R. King and Martha J Higgins and Debra A Kessler and Ronald O. Gilcher and Catharie C. Nass and Anne M. Guiltinan},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={2006},
  volume={46}
}
BACKGROUND:  To prevent donor loss and improve retention, it is important to understand the major deterrents to blood donation and to identify factors that can be effectively addressed by blood centers. 
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