This is why our not-for-profit cooperative, Blessed By His Blood does what we do. Ya’ll, please read the comments on the included LinkedIn post (at the end of this post). It’s unthinkable that a parent would not get to make solid medical decisions for their child, and yet that is what is happening. We tend not to think about these things until they happen, and that’s PRECISELY the wrong way to go about protecting your personal rights and freedoms.
Kind of like insurance. If you wait til you need it, it’s too late.
All over the country hospitals, doctors, and blood donation centers (such as Carter Bloodcare here in the North Texas region ) are refusing or “turning off” the right to designated donor blood. This isn’t happening everywhere (yet), but it is happening in more places than you would imagine. Don’t be caught off guard without a plan.
Blessed By His Blood is building an ongoing “friends and foe” list. Is your doctor, hospital, or blood donation center near you a friend or foe to medical freedom? It’s a question you don’t wait to find out until you need blood to ask, otherwise, it could be too late.
Please read Millie and Autumn’s GoFundMe stories (posted in the comments). At the very least, please pray for them, their families, and their situations. Both situations are dire. They need our prayers and support. (Both families are sharing their stories publicly to bring awareness and support to their daughter’s situation. They have approved BBHB sharing their stories.)