Published in Blood Weekly, April 1st, 1996
Jean-Jacques Lefrere, M.D., Hospital Saint-Antoine, Paris, France, and colleagues reported results of a study based on interviews of HIV seropositive donors who had given blood between January 1991 and December 1994 in Paris, France ("Interviews of Individuals Diagnosed as Anti-Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive through the Screening of Blood Donations in the Paris Area from 1991 to 1994: Reflections on the Selection of Blood Donors," Transfusion, 1996;36:124-127).
They had set out to find: 1) circumstances that allow HIV seropositive...
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