Published in AIDS Weekly, March 22nd, 1999
But in 27 of those cases, transfusions have been completely ruled out as the source of the infection, and there is no evidence indicating blood donors caused the diseases in the rest of the patients, said Dr. Joseph Kiss of the Central Blood Bank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Late in 1998, the New York Blood Center notified recipients in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Chicago, Illinois; and Memphis, Tennessee, that blood had been improperly tested for...
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