Donor with rare antibodies gave blood every two weeks for decades to save babies

James Harrison, 81, is retiring after a unique, life-changing career: a blood donor who made 1,100 donations over 60 years. Known as the “Man with the Golden Arm,” Harrison has rare antibodies in his blood that can be used for injections that save babies’ lives. He is estimated to have saved the lives of 2.4 million babies in Australia.

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