Thursday, November 10, 2005

Excluding Gay Men From Donor Pools

In Bad Science, Worse Policy: The Exclusion of Gay Men from Donor Pools, Professor John G. Culhane discusses the rationale behind excluding gay men from donating blood or sperm based on the assumption that there is a higher risk of "tainted" specimens.  The Article presents the social implications of these policies, both on the GLBT community and on society as a whole. John G. Culhane, Bad Science, Worse Policy: The Exclusion of Gay Men From Donor Pools, 24 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 129 (2005). Link to Article (last visited 11-9-05 NVS)

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