Australia won't open up blood supply market

03/30/2007 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Australia's Federal Health Minister Tony Abbott said the processing of blood for plasma products will remain in Australia, rather than be put out to tender. He also said the country will adopt more-stringent bacterial testing prior to releasing blood for use and may introduce leucodepletion for all donated blood by 2011.

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