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FDA eases restrictions on gay blood donors amidst “urgent need”

The Food and Drug Administration, citing an “urgent need for blood,” has eased restrictions on gay men. A bit. Men who have had sex with other men within 12 months could not donate under the previous rule.

Now that widow has been shortened to 3 months. Restrictions on gay blood donors were initially put in place in 1983 in response to the AIDS crisis.

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