New Delhi: The Delhi government will soon introduce the nucleic acid testing (NAT), an advanced method of testing blood to detect the AIDS virus, in all blood banks by the end of this year, Health and Family Welfare Minister A.K. Walia said Tuesday.
"There is a need to increase the number of suppliers for safe blood supply. Awareness can help people overcome the myth that blood donation is unhealthy," said R.N. Makroo, director of transfusion medicine at Apollo Hospital.IANS
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