Toledo man’s life saved by blood transfusions

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TOLEDO, Ohio — An east Toledo man is living his life thanks, in part, to others who took the time and effort to give blood.

Greg Sendelbauch has paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, — PNH — a disorder that leads to premature destruction and impaired production of blood cells. That causes issues with red blood cells that carry oxygen to the body, white blood cells that fight infections and platelets that clot blood to stop bleeding.

Greg’s wife, Candy, said she knew something was wrong when he got sick in December of 2019.

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