Will Urge Committee to Protect Public Health, Resist those Advancing Socio-Political Agenda WASHINGTON, June 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tomorrow (Friday, June 11), Family Research Council Senior Fellow Peter Sprigg will testify before the Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability (ACBSA) of the Department of Health and Human Services.
What does ACBSA stand for?
ACBSA stands for Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability (US Department of Health & Human Services)
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The recommendation was approved unanimously on May 16 by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability (BSAC) in response to the effects of a Jan.
Secretary of Health and Human Services to become a member of the Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability (ACBSA), which provides advice on broad public health, ethical, and legal issues related to blood safety.
29, 2001 The Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability (BSAC) voted in favor of universal blood filtration for the U.