Worthy of remembering: tainted blood

A recent debate on my personal facebook with a law school classmate, David Harvey led me to ponder the excellent work that he did on the tainted blood scandal.  While he is no longer practicing he has been posting of late his concerns on the proposals to allow cash for blood donations in the American fashion.  It is wise, I think, to listen to his tragedy-gained expertise on the matter.  Here, for example, is his testimony to the the Ontario legislature on a proposed blood bill, giving key information, and harking back to the Krever inquiry.

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