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A new study shows that Jehovah’s Witnesses, known for their stand on refusing blood transfusions fair better after undergoing cardiac surgery than those who accept blood transfusions.
When surgeons in Australia determined it was impossible or too risky to operate under those conditions, Lim turned to Dr. Giovanni Ciuffo at Mercy Medical Center.
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have discovered that sugar beets produce haemoglobin. They now hope that this haemoglobin could serve as a blood substitute – a substance that is currently in short supply.
Doctors can ignore 'deeply-held views' of two Jehovah's Witnesses to treat their burns victim son | JWnews
A health trust with responsibility for treating the boy, who suffered severe burns in an accident, is told it can ignore religious objections from his parents. 29 more words
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is pleased to offer “The Institute for Patient Blood Management and Bloodless Medicine and Surgery at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center”, the structured program in the region for providing bloodless care