A study of 100 anabolic­ androgenic steroid users

  title={A study of 100 anabolic­ androgenic steroid users},
  author={J. Copeland and R. Peters and P. Dillon},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  • J. Copeland, R. Peters, P. Dillon
  • Published 1998
  • Medicine
  • Medical Journal of Australia
  • immunised and given repeated booster injections within the Rh Project one of these men holds the ARCBS record for the highest number of donations (663 as at 10 November 1997). The pool of eligible anti-D donors is declining as a consequence of an ageing population. Beveridge is concerned by the "lack offoresight" in the growing shortage of anti-D immunoglobulin, yet her proposal to recruit Rh-negative male donors on the basis that "Rh-positive blood is administered to Rh-negative female donors… CONTINUE READING
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