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Anti-Haemoglobin Serum

Volume 526: debated on Tuesday 6 April 1954

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he is satisfied that surgeons operating on haemophiliacs in Scotland are fully informed on, and have accessible supplies of, anti-haemoglobin serum for the treatment of patients during emergencies.

Yes, Sir; I am, however, informed that fresh blood would usually be preferable to the serum in such circumstances.