The Asia Pacific Blood Network (“APBN”) is a not-for-profit alliance of voluntary, non-remunerated blood donation blood operators in the Asia Pacific Region that provides a forum for members to exchange ideas and insights and compare operational practices for the benefit of its members.
The APBN, or any member organisation on its behalf, does not engage in lobbying any local, regional, state or national public officials.
All information is shared with member organisations under the APBN Memorandum of Understanding and Confidentiality Agreement and is for their internal use only for purposes of knowledge, policy direction and/or decision making. The information must not be shared with any third parties outside of the APBN or be published without the permission of the member organisation that provided the information.
All information shared by the APBN and its member organisations is provided “AS IS” without any warranty of fitness for any particular purpose. Reliance on the information is at the user’s sole risk and the APBN and its member organisations expressly disclaim any liability of any nature arising out of the use of information. All copyright and intellectual property in the information remains vested in the APBN or the member organisation that provided it, as applicable.
Note: Google translate
The APBN website is providing the “Google Translate” option to assist you in reading the website in languages other than English. Google Translate is a third-party service that performs translations directly and dynamically. Google Translate cannot translate all types of material, and may not provide an exact translation. Translations are generated by machines, as as such not all translation will be perfect and accuracy will vary across languages. Anyone relying on information obtained from using Google Translate does so at his or her own risk. APBN does not make any promises, assurances, or guarantees as to the accuracy of the translations provided. APBN shall not be liable for any damage or issues that may result from using Google Translate.
If you have any questions about Google Translate, please visit the Google Translate website.
If you have any issues with Google Translate, please visit http://translate.google.com/support/.