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APPENDIXES

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A
Acronyms


AABB

American Association of Blood Banks

ABC

American Blood Commission

ABRA

American Blood Resources Association

AIDS

acquired immune deficiency syndrome

ALT

alanine aminotransferase

ARC

American Red Cross

ASWBPL

Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Laboratory


CBER

Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration

CCBC

Council of Community Blood Centers

CDC

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CJD

Cruetzfeldt-Jacob disease

CUE

confidential unit exclusion


FDA

Food and Drug Administration


HBV

hepatitis B virus

HBcAB

hepatitis B core antibody

HCV

hepatitis C virus

HIV

human immunodeficiency virus

HTLV

human T-lymphocyte virus


MI

myocardial infarction


NIH

National Institutes of Health


OBI

Oklahoma Blood Institute


RBC

red blood cells


STS

serologic test for syphilis


USDA

U.S. Department of Agriculture

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Workshop Participants

(Speakers and Forum members are listed separately on pages iii and iv)

Deidra Abbott

College of American Pathologists


Maj. Janine Babcock, U.S. Army

The Blood Research Detachment

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


Steve Bradshaw

Executive Vice President

Lifeblood


Eileen Church

American Association of Blood Banks


Donald Colburn

American Home Care Federation


Richard J. Davey, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer

American Red Cross


Garth Granrud

Marketing Research

American Red Cross


Liz Hudak

American Red Cross


David E. Jenkins, Jr.

American Red Cross

Louisville Regional Blood Center


Kurt Kroemer

U.S. General Accounting Office


Karen Shoos Lipton, J.D.

Chief Executive Officer

American Association of Blood Banks


Peter Logue

Coral Therapeutics


Jane Mackey, MBA

President

American Association of Blood Banks


James L. MacPherson

Executive Director

Council of Community Blood Banks


Jean Otter, MT (ASCP), SBB

American Association of Blood Banks


Rob Purvis

Blood Center of Southeastern

Wisconsin


James Reilly

Executive Director

American Blood Resources Association


Ernest Simon, M.D.

Executive Vice President

Blood Systems, Inc.


Jennifer Thomas

American Society of Clinical Pathologists


Robert Travis

President and CEO of the Blood Bank of Delaware

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