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Hundreds checked for rabies after transplant death


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  • DVD Taylorsville, 00
    March 16, 2013 5:37 p.m.

    If we want public safety in such things as transplants, and even in other areas such as food and drink, we have to allow the agencies we place in charge of these tasks enough resources to do the job. Or in other words, telling someone to build a house and then denying them the resources needed to build the house isn't going to get that house built. Demanding that our medicine and food be safe from those that would neglectfully allow contaminants into it and then forbidding the inspecting agencies the money to train and hire people isn't going to get the job done.