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NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is formed as the National Blood Service and UK Transplant merge. The National Blood Transfusion Service, created in 1946, became the National Blood Service in 1996 ^ "Annual Review 2009/10" (PDF). NHS Blood and Transplant.What is NHS Blood and transplant?
NHS Blood and Transplant We help people do something extraordinary - donate blood, organs, tissues or stem cells to save someone in need Discover what we do We manage NHS blood donation services in England and transplant services across the UK.What does the NHS do?
Optimise the safety and supply of blood and blood components, organs, stem cells and tissues and match them to patients Help to raise the quality, effectiveness and clinical outcomes of blood and transplant services Provide expert advice to other NHS organisations, and the four UK health departmentsWhat is the National Blood Service?
The National Blood Service was formed in 1946 as the National Blood Transfusion Service of England and Wales (NBTS). The National Blood Authority was established as a Special Health Authority in 1993 and assumed control of the 12 English Regional Transfusion Centres in 1994. The National Blood Service became a nationally coordinated body in 1996.
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