ARCTS

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ARCTSAmerican Red Cross Tissue Services (tissue bank)
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Members continuing on the board include: James Forsell, PhD, Tissue Banks International, San Rafael, CA; Immediate Past President - Duke Kasprisin, MD, American Red Cross Tissue Services, Burlington, VT; Council of Accredited Tissue Banks - Joel Osborne, Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Edison, NJ, and Thomas Cycyota, AlloSource, Englewood, CO; Tissue Bank - John Lee, DCI Donor Services, Nashville, TN; Reproductive - Charles Sims, MD, California CryoBank, Inc., Los Angeles, CA; Skin - Kenneth Blair, RN, Community Tissue Services, Dayton, OH; Musculoskeletal - Simon Bogdansky, PhD, Allosource, Inc., Englewood, CO; and Member at Large - Bud Brame, LifeNet, Virginia Beach, VA.
When the call comes in at American Red Cross Tissue Services (ARCTS) in Costa Mesa, CA, everyone is moving.
"Through this Mayorthon, we want all families to discuss tissue and organ donation and to encourage their family members to give of themselves so that other lives might be saved," said Randy May, Chief Operating Officer for American Red Cross Tissue Services.
"The American Red Cross Tissue Services unit has made significant contributions to the tissue banking field over the years, We are excited to have this opportunity to expand our services and organization throughout the United States," said Bruce Stroever, MTF President and CEO.
May served as Chief Operating Officer for the American Red Cross Tissue Services for 10 years.
They include: President - Duke Kasprisin, MD, American Red Cross Tissue Services, National Office, Washington, DC; President-Elect - James Forsell, PhD, Tissue Banks International National Processing Center, San Rafael, CA; Secretary - Margery Moogk, Northwest Tissue Center, Seattle, WA; Treasurer - Michael Jefferies, Osteotech, Inc., Eatontown, NJ; Immediate Past President-Samuel Doppelt, MD, Cambridge Hospital, MA; Members at Large - Bud Brame, LifeNet, Virginia Beach, VA, and Francis Hornicek, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Additional sponsors include The Coca Cola Company, American Red Cross Tissue Services, United Resource Networks and the US Department of Health and Human Services/Division of Transplantation.
Participating organizations included the American Association of Blood Banks, American Liver Foundation, American Medical Association, American Red Cross Tissue Services, America's Blood Centers, Coalition on Donation, Emergency Nurses Association, Leukemia Society of America, LifeSouth, Community Blood Centers, National Kidney Foundation, NMDP, National Minority Organ & Tissue Transplant Education Program, Transplant Recipients International Organization, The Marrow Foundation, and the US Department of Health and Human Services.
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