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Old Blood 'Boosts Infection Risk', Cooper University Hospital Study


10/29/2008 7:22:14 AM

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Patients given transfusions of blood stored 29 days or longer -- well within U.S. standards -- are twice as likely to get a hospital-acquired infection as those getting newer blood, researchers said on Tuesday.

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