Red Cross used HIV blood in Canada    2005-05-31 08:27:23    

Red Cross in Canada has just admitted that they really did distribute the HIV blood to thousands of people in Canda in the 80s. Blood with HIV and hepatitis C to be more exact. Thousands of Canadians were infected. Since the distribution  more than 3000 people have died due to this unfortunate incident. Thousands of people are still living with these fatal viruses.

Dr Pierre Duplessis, the head of the Canadian Red Cross has apologised and said that the Red Cross has accepted the responsibility for this disasterous distribution of contaminated blood.

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