An 80-year-old woman has set a world record by donating 203 units of blood in her lifetime.
According to Guinness World Records, a woman named Josephine Michalik is from Canada and she has won the world record by donating 203 units of blood in her 80-year-old life to save people’s lives.
Guinness World Records details that one unit of blood is simply called a bottle of blood and a bottle of blood contains 473 milliliters.
According to Guinness World Records Josephine Michalic has been donating blood for 6 decades, Josephine’s blood group is +O which is in demand in every hospital.
According to the American Red Cross, 37% of the US population has this blood group.
Earlier this record was set by Madhura Ashok Kumar from India by donating 117 units of blood.