no question i thouhgt this might be of interest anyone any one in canada whom has chronic fatique syndrome can no longer donate blood a mysterious viris called xmrv wich is in same family as aids viris is thought to be the culprit
“…Similarly, a 2009 publication reported a possible association with chronic fatigue syndrome, but three other studies found no evidence of XMRV in patients. XMRV has not been established as a cause of either disease.”
I think it is very interesting. Canada made a real mess of things with the bad blood scandal when they purchased blood from the US prision system (not surprisingly, lots of people got Hep C and HIV). So, ultra cautious now, maybe too much so, but why take the chance? I mean, should people with Chronic fatigue really be giving blood anyway?
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