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Old 12-05-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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End of discriminatory blood ban could help save lives

A long standing federal regulation that many in the gay community say stigmatizes and discriminates against them could change. Members of the gay community, along with many others in the medical field, will gather in Washington on Tuesday to find out if the FDA panel will support the measure, reports CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman.635531096693840263 gpndc5 679nctd6cwz1j3g3vifm original
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