Blood Bank of Alaska says complaint to FDA has no merit – KTVA Alaska

The complaint alleges the Blood Bank fell into financial trouble after it took out an unanticipated loan to finish a $45,000,000 new building. The complaint accuses the Blood Bank of trying to raise money to repay the loan by selling Alaskan’s blood to a blood bank in California and leaving the state with a shortage. After the complaint was filed, the Blood Bank launched an internal investigation led by three of its board members. Blood Bank CEO Robert Scanlon said the investigation concluded all of the allegations in the complaint were unfounded. (Source: KTVA Alaska)

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Related:

Employees file complaint against Blood Bank – Alaska Journal of Commerce

Alaska Blood Bank is shipping excess blood to California, for a fee – Alaska Dispatch Publishing

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