This Comment examines the possible theories of recovery available to persons who contract AIDS through blood transfusions. The author examines the medical and statistical data regarding AIDS and how this data may affect liability and recovery under the theories of negligence, strict products liability, and breach of implied warranty. The author concludes that negligence provides the only viable means of recovery for transfusion-infected persons.
Robert C. Greif,
Hospital and Blood Bank Liability to Patients Who Contract AIDS through Blood Transfusions,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol23/iss4/5