So he has donated his plasma more than 1,000 times. This way he helped save a lot of new born with Rhesus disease, which is a situation wgen a pregnant woman’s body produces antibodies that attack baby’s cells. In Australia, up until about 1967, there were literally thousands of babies dying each year. 17 percent of women are at risk of Rhesus disease in this country. “It makes you feel good yourself that you’ve saved a life there, and you’ve saved many more and that’s great,” Harrison describes his feelings. In Australia he is also known as d “The Man with the Golden Arm” and is treated as a national hero.