James Harrison, “The Man with the Golden Arm,” has donated his blood over a record 1000 times. At the age of 13 the Australian man needed a great deal of blood to survive a life saving surgery. At this point James decided to pay it forward by donating regularly his entire life. When he began donating at the age of 18, it was discovered James carried a rare antigen which could cure Rhesus disease. This rare antigen and his commitment to donating blood has saved over 2,000,000 lives across the world.