Health authorities may have to wait for between two and three weeks for the results of AIDS blood samples.
HOMOSEXUAL men who led double lives risked spreading AIDS to their wives and might also donate blood rather than be exposed, gay leaders warned yesterday.
Federal health authorities believe they have found all the people who could have been contaminated by blood taken from an AIDS-carrying donor.
Twenty-eight haemophiliac children in Queensland have been injected with serum contaminated with AIDS. The serum was made from the blood of a Sydney homosexual man.
There is no form to sign at the Red Cross Blood Bank which states whether or not a donor is homosexual.
America’s leading blood banks are preparing to issue their strongest statement to date linking transfusions with AIDS.
Sweden’s National Blood Transfusion Centre has asked homosexuals to stop giving blood in an effort to halt the spread of AIDS.
Cleo has the first in-depth look at AIDS in an Australian women’s magazine.
The American Red Cross is recalling a blood concentrate for haemophiliacs because a donor whose plasma was included in the batches later died of AIDS.
The American Red Cross has recalled more than 5500 vials of a blood factor concentrate supplied to hemophiliacs because it was donated by a man who later died of AIDS.