Bad Blood: Crisis in the American Red Cross

By: Reitman, Judith

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First edition. Light one-and-a-half inch slice into jacket rear. Remainder mark. 1996 Hard Cover. xiv, 289 pp. For over a decade, the American Red Cross, the world's largest humanitarian charity, has been responsible for exposing millions of innocent people to a blood supply contaminated by HIV, syphillis, hepatitis and other highly infectious diseases. Now for the first time, investigative journalist Judith Reitman rips the veil of secrecy off the American Red Cross to expose: Its decision NOT to use a relatively inexpensive test to eliminate the vast majority of donors at high risk for AIDS. The FDA investigations that uncovered massive health and safety violations, culminating in a federal consent decree of permanent injunction against the American Red Cross.How the details of victim lawsuits and of out-of-court settlements have been shielded from the American public.

Title: Bad Blood: Crisis in the American Red Cross

Author: Reitman, Judith

Categories: Medical, American, Modern First Editions, Biology, Health & Fitness,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Kensington Books: 1996

ISBN Number: 1575661152

ISBN Number 13: 9781575661155

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2276298

Keywords: AMERICAN HISTORY RED CROSS MEDICAL MEDICINE BLOOD SCIENCE BIOLOGY HEALTH FITNESS LIFESTYLES SELF HELP,