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the controversial history of blood transfusions

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What are the long term implications of receiving other peoples' DNA or receiving chromosomes from the opposite sex after a blood transfusion? The film explores the controversial history of blood transfusions and the greatest obstacle facing global healthcare; the reflex rejection of new knowledge, because it contradicts entrenched paradigms.


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A very interesting video. I remember many years ago an elder in the congregation i was in told me of someone who regularly gave blood only to discover not long after her last donated was found to have leukemia. Do they truly know how safe transfusions are? Look at how many got HIV after receiving blood yet they think its the safe treatment. If any other treatment had caused so much disease it would have been banned long ago.

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