Doctors find ways to properly treat Jehovah's Witnesses

07/15/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Some doctors are dedicated to finding ways to meet the medical needs of Jehovah's Witness patients without violating their religious belief that forbids them from receiving blood transfusions. Among the new methods being developed are catheter-based alcohol ablation to reduce blood loss and treatments that increase red blood cell production and promote blood clots.

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