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Hello Transfusion Community,

I am reaching out to see if any blood bankers are interested in being part of an 'Advisory Panel' to provide feedback on new products, existing products, and to generally help us better understand your needs and challenges.  

If interested, please email me @  willm@packmaxq.com.

Thank you,

Will Mitchell

MaxQ Research 

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