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Company knowingly supplied infectious blood products

One of the international pharmaceutical companies whose contaminated blood products infected Irish haemophiliacs in the 1980s continued to supply the products even when it knew they were infectious, according to the minutes of a meeting of the compan

29th July, 2006

One of the international pharmaceutical companies whose contaminated blood products infected Irish haemophiliacs in the 1980s continued to supply the products even when it knew they were infectious, according to the minutes of a meeting of the company.

The minutes of a meeting of Armour Pharmaceuticals, held in Tuckahoe, New York, on October 15, 1985, show that senior executives discussed the implications of a laboratory study they had commissioned which found that HIV and Hepatitis...

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