China Says Tests of Possibly Tainted Medical Product Show No HIV China Says Tests of Possibly Tainted Medical Product Show No HIV

China is investigating a manufacturer of medical products following reports that it sold human immunoglobulin for intravenous injection that had possibly been contaminated with HIV, though authorities said tests found no sign of the virus.Reuters Health Information
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