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Bill would shift donation guidelines from a sexual orientation-based deferral period to an individual risk assessment
Text messages say openly gay state representative was turned away from donating blood plasma for "recent homosexual conduct"
State Sen. Brad Hoylman: "We are letting homophobia get in the way of saving lives"
AGs' letter advises adopting a gender-neutral, behavior-based screening of blood donors
The FDA has reduced its celibacy requirement for gay men wishing to donate blood. Critics say it still discriminates.
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Reduced deferral period comes amid concerns of blood and plasma shortages due to COVID-19 pandemic
Critics say allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood would alleviate shortages amid COVID-19 pandemic
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FDA Recommends Nixing Ban on Gay Blood Donors
FDA panel fails to reach a consensus on gay blood ban
Prominent LGBT advocate sues over FDA ban on gay, bisexual men donating blood, organs.
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