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Lawsuit Alleges Companies
Sold Contaminated Blood Overseas
June 5, 2003

(San Francisco-AP) -- Bayer is defending itself against the claims of thousands of hemophiliacs, who say Bayer knowingly sold them blood-clotting products that were tainted with H-I-V and hepatitis C.

Sick hemophiliacs in countries outside the U-S sued Bayer and other companies yesterday.

They claim the companies made products from the blood of sick, high-risk donors, and distributed them abroad in 1984 and 1985. That was shortly after the companies stopped selling them in the United States because of the known risk of H-I-V and hepatitis transmission.

The medicine -- called Factor Eight concentrate -- can stop or prevent potentially fatal bleeding in people with hemophilia.

Today Bayer rejected the accusations, saying it complied with all regulations in the countries where it sent its products.

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