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This work traces the life of Charles R. Drew and the legacy of his death after a road accident in North Carolina, April 1950. Within hours, rumours spread that the man who had helped create the American Red Cross blood bank, had bled to death because a whites-only hospital refused to treat him.
The University of North Carolina Press
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