Can medically required blood donations (phlebotomy) be tax deductible when the blood center sends it to area hospitals? This isn't a typical blood donation that I know is not tax deductible. I have to have a pint removed weekly, they then re-use the blood.
You would need to talk to a tax expert to be certain, but in general medical expenses can be deducted to the extent that they are more than 10% of your adjusted gross income. So if your gross income is $100,000 and your total qualified medical expenses are $12,000, you can deduct $2,000. Plus you need enough other deductions (state/local taxes, mortgage interest, etc.) that it makes more sense to itemize than to take the standard deduction.
Finally, make sure you keep detailed records to prove your claimed expenses in case of an audit. Medical expenses are a red flag for audits due to their relatively high rate of fraud and difficulty to prove.