Published in Blood Weekly, December 23rd, 1996
Using technology developed by Gen-Probe, San Diego, California, the risk of HIV infection from contaminated blood should be reduced from one in 500,000 to one in 1.4 million before the end of 1999. Currently, more than 12 million blood donations are made annually in the United States.
The Vice President commended Gen-Probe for its "efforts to keep the nation's blood supply safe." Gore added, "President Clinton and I have long supported new...
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