What is the difference between A+ and ARH+ blood group?

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Nothing--they are the same.  "A+" (A positive) refers to blood that has antibodies for both factor "A" AND for the Rh factor.  The word "positive" means that there ARE Rh factor antibodies present on each blood cell, so "A positive" actually means "Rh positive."

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