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Extremely rare blood type proves invaluable to science and medicine

Mosaic | 
His doctor drove him over the border. It was quicker that way: if the man donated in Switzerland, his blood ...
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Beyond universal donors, some people are programed with no blood type at all

Mosaic Science | 
People genetically coded with the RH-null blood type have a blood type more rare than extremely rare disease. Their numbers ...