Giving the gift of life

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Blood drive is in honor of former CKNJ employee

By The Staff

Taylor County residents supported a local man battling leukemia on Friday by giving blood in his honor.
James Roberts, Landmark employee and former CKNJ staff writer, has been hospitalized and receiving treatment after being diagnosed earlier this year with acute myeloid leukemia. Taylor Regional Hospital hosted a blood drive in Roberts' honor on Friday.
All blood types are currently needed, but especially O negative, B negative and A negative types. Type O negative blood, the universal blood type, can potentially be transfused to patients with any blood type.

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