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Blood Donations for Gas Money
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Blood Donations For Gas Money
By: Alex Covert - Published: Jun 1, 2008 Updated: Aug 2 2011 • References: newsbusters.org
As gas prices soar, people are changing their driving habits to save a few bucks. At least one woman, Jessica Busby, is changing another habit - her blood donation frequency. To afford gas, she is riding her bicycle to the local blood clinic twice a week and is donating her blood for money. At $40 a session, she can afford to keep driving the way she did before the prices approached $4/gallon.