FDA's Expanded Zika-Testing Guidance Will Test Blood Centers

, The National Law Journal

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Federal regulators on Friday recommended "universal testing" of donated blood for the Zika virus at centers in the United States, which could stress blood centers and testing facilities, not all of which have access to the new tests.

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