PUBLISHED ON: June 14, 2008 | Duration: 2 min, 19 sec
Indu Lekhi's blood group never mattered until she had to undergo an open-heart surgery. But it had to be delayed by a week because her blood group was so rare that she couldn't find enough blood donors. Only four out of every 100 people have rare blood groups like A-, B-, AB- or O-. But when any of them have a medical emergency, it's a virtual nightmare trying to arrange for blood.