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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Blood Tipe

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The human body contains one of four main blood types: A, B, AB and O.
Each blood-type also has an accompanying Rhesus or Rh factor of either positive or negative.
The most commonly found blood-type in the world is O positive while the rarest is AB negative.

From the U.S population it was determined that the percentages of blood types were as follows.
- O positive ~ 38.4%
- O negative ~ 7.7%

- A positive ~ 32.3%
- A negative ~ 6.5%

- B positive ~ 9.4%
- B negative ~ 1.7%

- AB positive ~ 3.2%
- AB negative ~ 0.7%

So what blood type do you have? Are you reasonably rare like me (O-) or do you
Have a more common popular blood type?

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