Making a date to help others

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Two husband and wife teams set a date every two weeks to do something special together. Not dinner and a movie, or a romantic night on the town: Barbara and Arthur Miller and Geri and John Ryan come in to Dana-Farber’s Kraft Family Blood Donor Center every two weeks to donate life-saving platelets. Platelets are the clotting agents of the blood and are critical for helping cancer patients return to health. Here’s their story.

 

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