Blog of Bloodworks Northwest



Cytomegalovirus and blood donation

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common virus spread through blood, saliva, breastmilk, and other bodily fluids. The name sounds mega scary, but it’s nothing to worry aboutRead more →

Meet Mackenzie in North Seattle: veteran, volunteer, survivor

No one expects to be diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma at 25—especially not when you have one of the most physically demanding jobs on the planet: MilitaryRead more →

Admiral Rachel Levine visits Bloodworks

Admiral Rachel Levine, MD wears many hats in addition to a smart uniform dress cap: celebrated physician and professor of medicine, gender pioneer, USA Today WomanRead more →

Remembering Stew Rogers

The Bloodworks Research Institute is an internationally renowned leader in blood and transfusion medicine research. Much of this lifesaving work was made possible by N. StewartRead more →