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Contaminated hemophilia blood products were a serious public health problem in the late 1970s up to 1985. These products caused large numbers of hemophiliacs to become infected with HIV and hepatitis C. This scandal led to the death of American hemophiliacs including the two sons of the author of this book.
In the book, the author told how the manufacturers of the blood products used to treat hemophilia (a bleeding disorder), caused the deaths of nearly 10,000 American hemophiliacs when their products became contaminated with HIV.