Why is the Rarest Blood Group in The World Named After ‘Bombay’? Here’s The Answer

I n 1952 an injured railway worker and a stabbing victim needed a blood transfusion in Mumbai, then Bomnby, but none of the blood types known then worked for them. When their samples were mixed with any of the regular blood types, it coagulated or clumped up. The doctor trio … Continue reading Why is the Rarest Blood Group in The World Named After ‘Bombay’? Here’s The Answer