Published in Blood Weekly, May 11th, 1998
The justices let stand a New York Court of Appeals decision that reversed lower court affirmation of Daxor Corp.'s right to seek operating authority.
Daxor operated under New York City permits that were renewed annually for more than 20 years. But in July 1994, the city and state merged its licensing procedures for laboratories and blood banks.
The State Department of Health declined to let Daxor pursue a new license three months later, citing alleged deficiencies at clinical labs operated by two of...
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