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Gencure, a subsidiary of BioBridge Global, offers a variety of ways for you to stay connected with us. You can read our latest press releases or the Annual Reports. Visit the Events Page to find out what’s coming up. You can watch a video clip from a newscast, view past events in the Photo Gallery or read industry news. For the social media enthusiast, the BioBridge family is known as “Connect for Life,” and can be found on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn and YouTube. Also, visit our blog here.

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Recent News Articles

Lone Star Circle of Life tour kicks off in San Antonio, bringing awareness to the gift of life
September 29, 2017

The Lone Star Circle of Life Bike Tour continues to raise awareness of the need for life-saving donations of blood, bone marrow, cord blood, organs and tissue. Cyclists will begin the 600-mile ride Saturday at 10 a.m. at the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center donor Pavilion. Cyclists will be riding for local honorees who have needed or donated these precious gifts of life. Some of the honorees include:

Aaron Brady

Teams to recruit for the Be The Match registry at more than 30 H-E-B grocery stores on Saturday, Sept. 16
September 11, 2017

One of the world’s largest World Marrow Donor Day events will take place across San Antonio on Saturday, Sept. 16.

For six hours that day, the GenCure Marrow Donor Program will be signing up potential donors for the national Be The Match registry at more than 30 H-E-B grocery stores in San Antonio.

June 2, 2017

On May 20, families gathered outside the Donor Pavilion to remember those who they have loved and lost.

Ceremonies to launch the BioBridge Global Memorial Garden included both staff and families who prepared memorial stones for the departed, as well as a ceremonial watering and the unveiling of a memorial bench.

Coordinated by Susan Smith, the BBG Memorial Garden is a memorial to those who have died and a place for the grieving to find comfort. It is adjacent to the Donor Pavilion, open to the public, and the anyone is welcome to add memorials to their loved ones.

The dedication began with individuals sharing their late loved ones’ stories, prompting hugs between strangers and establishing a connection among the group.

The families then wrote messages to their loved ones on rocks to be placed in the garden. While some featured Bible verses and others were adorned with drawings, they all showcased extensive love for those they commemorated.

Proceeds benefit programs to raise awareness about importance of cord blood donations
May 9, 2017

The Blood & Tissue Center Foundation, a subsidiary of the nonprofit biomedical company BioBridge Global, is thrilled to announce the details of its annual marquee fundraising event, the Red and White Ball. The black-tie gala will be Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Marriott Rivercenter, 101 Bowie St. A cocktail reception begins at 6:30 p.m., and dinner and dancing begin at 7:30 p.m.

Ginny and Art Bennert are the co-chairs of the 2017 ball.

The event, which began in 2004, helps increase awareness in the community and raise money for the patient services, research and therapy programs of BioBridge Global. Proceeds from this year’s Red and White Ball will be directed to GenCure programs supporting the collection of lifesaving umbilical cord blood donations.

March 29, 2017

Members of the GenCure tissue team and volunteers from BioBridge Global will be conducting registration drives for the Donate Life Texas registry during National Donate Life Month in April.

The Donate Life Texas registry allows Texans to register to be organ, eye and tissue donors by completing a form in person or online. A single donor can help save up to eight lives through organ donation, bring sight to more through cornea donation and improve the lives of up to 75 people through tissue donation.

The GenCure tissue center works with organizations across South Texas on posthumous tissue donations, making those tissues available for patients needing everything from bone grafts to ligament repairs.

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