Threaten the formal right to give blood, Macroeconomics

Singer suggests that although the right to sell blood does not threaten the formal right to give blood, it is incompatible with "the right to give blood, which cannot be bought, which has no cash value, and must be given freely if it is to be obtained at all" Assess that idea. Is there such a right?

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