Blood ban could go

Gould, Paul
January 2007
Gay Times (09506101);Jan2007, Issue 340, p74
The article considers the plan of the National Blood Service to overturn its ban regulation on blood donations from gay and bisexual men in Great Britain. Protests by students was conducted urging the agency to end the ban that equates HIV risk with gay men. National Blood Service spokesman Rakesh Vasishtha reiterated that they have contributed to the policy but not completely responsible for the ban.


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