Why cant gays donate blood

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Added: 06.03.2021
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When Lukus Estok recovered from a traumatic case of Covid that sent him to hospital, he tried to donate his plasma for an experimental treatment that could help critically ill coronavirus patients. He finally attended an appointment last week, but as soon as a worker there learned he was gay, her face turned cold. Under pressure from lawmakers and in light of the coronavirus pandemic, which has ravaged parts of the US and forced thousands of blood drives to cancel, the FDA fast-tracked new guidance in early April to further ease the restriction to three months. But when he got there, he was turned away, much like Estok. Before the California site can start complying with recent guidance, Murray added, the AABB , a standard-setting association in charge of the donor history questionnaire used by donor centers across the country, needs FDA approval for a revised version of that document.

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Blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men are being relaxed across the UK, in what the government is calling a "landmark change". The new criteria focuses on individual behaviours, lifting a blanket ban for any men who have had sex with men in the last three months. It means men who have sex with men in a long-term relationship will now be able to donate blood at any time. All blood donors who have had one sexual partner and who have been with their sexual partner for more than three months, will now be eligible to donate regardless of their gender, the gender of their partner, or the type of sex they have. Under previous rules, all men who have sex with men had to abstain from sex for three months in order to donate. The Advisory Committee on the Safety of Blood, Tissues and Organs - which advises UK health departments - recommended the changes after examining the latest evidence relating to blood donation and sexual behaviour. If donors have had more than one sexual partner or a new partner in the last three months, they can donate as long as they have not had anal sex.

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I t was a Friday morning during sixth form when a man from a blood donation charity came in to speak to us. The man told us that it was one of the most selfless and necessary acts of kindness and generosity, how we could donate blood and save lives. Unless of course, you were gay. I was young, and still pretty naive about queer sexualities and all that came with them, but already it seemed obvious that something about gay sex was deviant and dirty; those who engaged in it to be treated with mistrust.
When it comes to giving blood, the LGBT community is ultimately banned from donating because of sex. I was told that, as a gay man, I was not allowed to donate blood. This might not seem like an important point for most heterosexual individuals. Why the fuss about it? Gay men who have unprotected sex with multiple partners are at high risk for HIV.

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