FDA considers allowing blood donations from some gay men

FDA considers allowing blood donations from some gay men
The policy was created in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, before scientists had discovered the human immunodeficiency virus, or developed good tests to screen blood for HIV. The ban was considered important to protect people from getting infected …
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70 years ago, the Minnesota Starvation Experiment changed lives
First, there was a three-month control period when the men received a normal diet of about 3,200 calories a day while researchers tested their strength, endurance, dexterity, hearing, sight, intelligence, personalities and even the potency of their semen.
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