Bad Blood: American Red Cross by Reitman 1996
Bad Blood: Crisis in the American Red Cross. Library Edition. By Judith Reitman, Kensington Pub Corp, E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A., 1996.
Investigative journalist Judith Reitman delivers the never-before-told story of the American Red Cross's fall from grace -- an incredible account of gross mismanagement and shocking neglect.
From the Red Cross's decision in 1983 not to use an HIV-screening test, to May 1993 when the FDA brought an unprecedented lawsuit against the organization and its president for thousands of violations of federal blood safety laws, this explosive true account exposes a system that is slowly killing the very people it has sworn to protect.
Solid binding with clean pages and a heavy rub mark to top rear cover edge. Jacket is nice with heavy rub mark to top rear edge. About 9 x 6 with 289 pp.