Pray you never need blood. Prostitutes too? Good going, Germany. Not.
What could go wrong? /sarc
sick, not only do they like to have sex with fecal matter and then get much more diseases but they now are to give blood.
Yea nothing wrong there , just like them infiltrating kids groups and we’re now seeing kids being molested by these people
I thought this was semi-satire news. We're living in bizzaro world.
How about active intravenous drug users? Hepatitis patients? Hell.. just allow everybody!
I donated blood recently for the first time in quite a while (lazy I guess).There were many questions..."are you in good health?"..."have you ever had hepatitis?"..."have you ever had sex with a man?"...."did you ever travel to Europe between the years XXXX and YYYY?" (can't recall what years were stated).I passed...and at the end I asked "why the question about Europe?" "Mad Cow Disease" was the answer.
So it looks like Europe isn't even afraid of Mad Pervert Disease today.
Are the members of the German Medical Association so insulated from the actual practice of medicine that they know they, themselves, would not be exposed to diseased-infected blood ... or are they so ideology-addled that they think the principle of “supporting” sodomites is worth dying for?
Hmmm, let’s review my present understanding....
I spent a few years in the UK doing grad studies...during the great mad liberal...er...mad Pelosi...er...mad cow times.
Consequently, I cannot donate blood.
A gay person can butt boink, pack fudge, press baby ruths, attack muffins, and perhaps play brokeback mountain with a boy scout and he can give blood?
Sooner or later, we’re going to have to “just say no” and back that up with a bit of heat.
Donate contaminated blood. Help save lives! ? (I miss common sense in my news and world.)
The soluton can be quite simple—if the gay passes HIV in the blood, he will be executed as if it were a murder. This could apply for all donors who pass this disease. Too bad.
Just stop for a moment and try to think. No virus, no retrovirus, has the ability to detect gender-only hosts. If that doesn’t put you on the right track to the AIDs scam, then there isn’t much hope for you. As far as blood from homosexuals, no thanks. Hepatitis B is rampant among homosexuals who are IV drug users. And that’s just for starters. No thanks.
They can give it to each other all they want; don’t give it to me.
These decisions are not based on science anymore; they are actually antithetical to real science.
The medical associations, psych associations, and health agencies are owned by homosexuals now. Don’t ever expect any sanity to come from them.
In all fairness, blood is filthy stuff. While everyone’s blood contains contaminants, “allogeneic blood”, blood from other people, is far more dangerous than “autologous blood” that a person donates with intention that it be put back in them during surgery.
A lot of problems are overcome by using tricks to get around the need for allogeneic blood. For example, stimulants that increase red blood cell production, other fluids to keep up the total fluid level preventing shock, such as blood substitutes. A lot of research is going into chemicals that carry oxygen and external processes that can oxygenate the blood and return it to the body.
And there is also surgical “blood salvage”, where blood lost during surgery is filtered and returned to the body; as well as surgical techniques that strongly limit blood loss.
In any event, no longer using allogeneic blood has radically reduced the transmission of viral diseases, which means the biggest threat is bacterial contamination while taking the blood out or putting it back in.
Surgery and blood transfer are so prone to bacterial infection that typically antibiotics have to be used to prevent infection. But these can also destroy “good” bacteria, creating the chance for bad, opportunistic infections from antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
All told, there is so much going on here that eventually it is hoped that there will be little if any need for allogeneic blood transfusions, except for very rare blood *components*. Which is probably a very good thing.