The lifetime achievement started in his early 20's. Since then he's donated 162 times and potentially saved nearly 500 lives. He was given a plaque for his achievement, but says he donates for a more important reason.
"I'm saving lives," said David Myers. "An average of about six lives get saved per unit of blood and I think I've saved over 480 lives in my lifetime so far."
A person can give blood once every eight weeks. Myers will be 67 when he hits his next goal of 25 gallons.
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