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What happens to my blood?

Rows of tiny lab coats are hanging outside Queen’s Hospital’s pathology lab – ready for its youngest visitors to be invited in.

The first of these visitors was 12-year-old Tumelo Sibanda. He’s been having blood transfusions since he was a baby and he has finally been given the chance to see what happens behind the scenes when his blood is taken.

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