Published in Blood Weekly, July 24th, 1995
"No person or agency was able to develop and implement a coordinated strategy, largely because there was no consensus about the magnitude of the threat and the costs, risks and benefits of proposed remedies," said Dr. Harold C. Sox Jr., chairman of the committee and head of the department of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School.
The committee issued a report July 13, 1995, that found mistakes or omissions at all levels of the blood supply system in the public...
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