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The Nation

March 08, 1985

The government approved a second screening test for AIDS contamination in blood donations, licensing a New Jersey firm to produce the test for blood banks, plasma centers and laboratories. The Food and Drug Administration approved the license for Electro-Nucleonics Inc., of Fairfield, N.J., and said that the firm was prepared to begin shipping some 150,000 test kits immediately from a facility in Columbia, Md. Three other firms have license applications pending.

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