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07 Dec 2004

Dis belaglik hoe alles maar as rassisme uitgekryt word.

As dit dan 'n statistiese/mediese feit is dat 'n sekere groep se bloed 'n hoër risiko is, DAN IS DIT 'N FEIT EN TREE DAARVOLGENS OP!

Geen wonder alles stort in duie in die land nie, daar moet altyd volgens hulle pype gedans word.
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01 Jan 0001

The relative risk, the relative chances of blood coming from one or other group in society, being infected, is a fact. What one chooses to do about that, balancing the concerns of good socially-responsible donors, with the need to protect recipients so far as possible from infection, is partly a matter of opinion, and at least requires common sense, tact, and honesty, which don't seem to have been part of the way this one Blood Transfusuion service handled the issue.
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