ABC TV news segment on suspected AIDS-infected blood transfusions.
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.
PEOPLE in at least two States have received blood transfusions infected with the deadly AIDS…
A US lawyer suffering from haemophilia has filed a $3 million suit against a blood bank, charging that it gave him a transfusion which caused him to contract AIDS.
America’s leading blood banks are preparing to issue their strongest statement to date linking transfusions with AIDS.
A Californian blood products company has withdrawn 16 lots of a blood clotting factor used by haemophiliacs after it was discovered the donor had died of AIDS.
US scientists studying haemophiliacs say they have uncovered more evidence that a virus may be involved in spreading AIDS.
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.