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American Red Cross Addresses Mad Cow Disease
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A Message from Dr. Bernadine Healy, President and CEO, American Red Cross
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As Orissa Floods Rise, Residents Warned Worse is Yet to Come
As heavy rains continue to fall, emergency workers in the eastern Indian state of Orissa are struggling to rescue several hundred thousand people still trapped by rising floodwaters.
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Red Cross Assists Ohio Flood Victims
A second storm system passed through Ohio on Wednesday night, just one day after heavy rain pushed rivers and streams above their banks, flooding roads and homes and killing three people in the Cincinnati area.
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CPR Helps Save Young Shark Attack Victim
CPR, performed by a heroic bystander, helped save the life of Jessie Arbogast, a boy attacked by a shark last week in shallow Pensacola, Fla., waters.
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Missouri Governor Signs New AED Legislation
Missouri Governor Bob Holden has signed legislation, initiated by the American Red Cross, promoting the installation of AEDs in publicly accessible, state-owned buildings.
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Honoring Humanitarianism in Canada
The untimely deaths of two Canadian aid workers in 1996 served as the inspiration for a monument that honors those who have lost their lives serving humanity.
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Flash Floods and Mountain Towns: W. Va. Disaster Relief Continues

Officials are still trying to assess flood damage in southern West Virginia. The Red Cross has opened a number of shelters to assist the many residents who have lost their homes.

Washed-out bridges, broken roads, remote towns and contaminated water systems. These are just a few of the challenges facing American Red Cross disaster workers in southern West Virginia.
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Senate Blood Drive a Hit on Both Sides of the Aisle

Senate Blood Drive a Hit on Both Sides of the Aisle.

It was a normal week at the Philip A. Hart Building of the United States Senate. But in Room 708, hundreds of busy Senate employees took the time to donate blood at the American Red Cross summer drive.
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