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September 28, 1987
There is no significant risk that a person can contract the AIDS virus from RhoGam or other medicines derived from blood plasma, the Food and Drug Administration said. The agency, along with RhoGam's manufacturer, Ortho Diagnostic Systems Inc., is investigating allegations that an enlisted Army woman and her baby may have contracted AIDS from the drug used to prevent a rare condition of blood incompatibility in some pregnant women and their unborn children.
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NEWS
September 28, 1987
There is no significant risk that a person can contract the AIDS virus from RhoGam or other medicines derived from blood plasma, the Food and Drug Administration said. The agency, along with RhoGam's manufacturer, Ortho Diagnostic Systems Inc., is investigating allegations that an enlisted Army woman and her baby may have contracted AIDS from the drug used to prevent a rare condition of blood incompatibility in some pregnant women and their unborn children.
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