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Andy Cohen is unable to donate his plasma to help people with COVID-19 because of an outdated policy.
Bloody stools can be a sign of cancer, but not always.
Transforming the more common type A blood into type O could build up blood supplies and reduce shortages around the globe.
Immunotherapy and an HIV vaccine are among the first round of grants from Fred Hutch’s Evergreen Fund.
Men may acquire hepatitis C virus sexually from the rectums of HIV/HCV-coinfected men even when there is no blood present.
For these three projects, the personal is political—and empowering.
An overview of the 2014 National Hemophilia Foundation annual meeting.
Such an increase could help save the lives of more than 1.8 million people nationwide each year.
A gay California mayor wants to stop discrimination against gay men who want to donate blood.
After hosting a blood drive on city property but being banned from donating his own blood, he created an online petition.
The American Medical Association passed a resolution in June opposing the lifetime ban.
The new policy is expected to be implemented this summer.
The new standard bans blood donations from people with HIV or hepatitis and their partners.
An HIV-negative man from Lufkin, Texas, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for spitting on police officers and allegedly claiming to have HIV...
Roughly 55 percent of people with HIV/AIDS globally may need to take anti-seizure drugs.
In January the U.S. Food and Drug Administration fined the American Red Cross, the biggest U.S. supplier of donated blood, almost $10...
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