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AA 2009 European Blood Alliance survey of 23 blood services reported 20 countries permanently defer men who have sex with men and three countries - Latvia, Spain and Italy - have fixed-period deferrals in place.
Having met National Blood Service representatives through the European Blood Alliance and heard how the largest human tissue bank in Europe had been built and developed in Speke, the visitors were keen to come and see the facility.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- At the end of a day-and-a-half conference on global harmonization, sponsored by America's Blood Centers (ABC) and the European Blood Alliance (EBA) in Quebec City this month, participants agreed that it is time to take steps toward harmonizing at least some standards for blood and blood components worldwide to advance patient safety.