Published in Blood Weekly, September 18th, 1995
Reporter Sanjay Kumar noted that problems surrounding India's blood safety, such as contaminated blood, were brought to light as allegations of pilferage were directed at the Indian Red Cross Society Blood Bank in Bombay ("Bombay Blood Scandal Raises Question of Safety," the Lancet, August 26, 1995;346:566).
The blood bank lost its license after news reports in July 1995 alledged that the facility had furnished several prominent hospitals with at least 15...
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