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Resource ID: #10929
Subject: AIDS
Source: Money Magazine
Date: 1994-05-15



Money Magazine's investigation found that reasons for continued HIV transmission include inherent flaws in the screening test most commonly used in blood banks. The story concluded that American Red Cross and other blood banking leaders and FDA regulators have not done all they can do to reduce the odds of acquiring HIV through blood products. The article also makes recommendations that would improve the safety of blood supply, May 1994.

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