Federal ban on gay men’s blood donation to be reconsidered
By Madison Park, CNN May 26, 2010

I weighed in at the end in support of lifting the ban, not surprising if you read the blog entry from two days ago.

From the article:
“Potential donors should be screened based on risky behaviors such as unprotected sex or intravenous drug use, not sexual orientation,” he said. Decker said he was looking forward to a time when “those very allies and friends” in the gay community “are allowed to pony up and give the blood that is used to create my treatments for hemophilia.”
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