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Jean-Pierre Allain and colleagues argue that, while unintended, the foreign aid provided for blood transfusion services in sub-Saharan Africa has resulted in serious negative outcomes, which requires reflection and rethinking.

Original publication

DOI

10.1371/journal.pmed.1001309

Type

Journal article

Journal

PLoS Med

Publication Date

2012

Volume

9

Keywords

Africa South of the Sahara, Blood Transfusion, Financing, Organized, Humans