Viewpoint, hosted by Dennis Quaid, highlights Blood Donor Awareness

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The popular educational program is working with specialists for Blood Donor Awareness month.

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Dennis Quaid will introduce the TV segment highlighting the additional details about the positives impacts that come from donating.

The educational program, Viewpoint, hosted by “The Rookie” star Dennis Quaid, is teaming up with content creators to provide information about the importance of Blood Donor Awareness. The program will feature the people and institutions working around the clock to spread information about donating blood.

To increase blood and platelet donations in 1970, January became recognized as Blood Donor Awareness Month. Winter is often the most difficult time of year to collect donations due to inclement weather resulting in canceled blood drives and seasonal illnesses such as the flu, making donors unable to donate. With obstacles like weather and sickness in mind, getting out to donate healthy blood when possible is all the more important. Blood donations help those with life-threatening conditions to live a higher-quality and longer life, and it helps to support many medical procedures.

Millions of people a year require transfusions, such as folks suffering from cancer or people wounded from unforeseen disasters, making blood one of the most important gifts anyone can give to another individual. Viewpoint is proud to spotlight the lives positively impacted by donors and the organizations working to improve life for countless people. Dennis Quaid will introduce the TV segment highlighting the additional details about the positives impacts that come from donating.

Viewpoint is created with educational documentary viewers in mind. The show’s goal is to educate about a wide array of topics. Viewpoint is equipped with a widely diverse creative and development team and has received multiple awards throughout its tenure.

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