Charles Drew: The Innovator of the Blood Bank

Series Bright Minds By Aaron Talley
Illustrators Illustrated by Subi Bosa Edition

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Publisher Scholastic Imprint Scholastic Press ISBN


Charles Drew: The Innovator of the Blood Bank

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Meet the inventors and scientists of color who changed the world!

Born in Washington, D.C., in 1904, Charles R. Drew was a Black surgeon and medical researcher. Known as the “Father of The Blood Bank,” he researched in the field of blood transfusions, and developed improved techniques for blood storage. Among his many accomplishments, he developed America’s first large-scale blood bank during World War II. It is time to remember how Charles R. Drew's inventions and his contributions changed our society… and our world!
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