NIH to study safety of blood transfusions

04/24/2008 | Guardian (London), The

Some experts say that about half of blood transfusions may do more harm than good, and they are recommending that the procedure be used only as a last resort. Studies have shown higher risk rates associated with transfusions, but the reasons are not fully understood; an NIH review will look for explanations.

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