- BAD BLOOD screening in Richmond, VA!
- BAD BLOOD screening on World AIDS Day 2012 in Detroit
- BAD BLOOD is available on iTunes!
- BAD BLOOD included in the Council on Foundations 45th Film & Video Festival!
- Indiana State Department of Health screens BAD BLOOD!
A haunting film. Our entire public health system failed the hemophiliac community. It is unconscionable when we had the science we failed to protect our fellow citizens.
— Donna E. Shalala, former Secretary of Health and Human Services
The lessons learned from this tragic time should not be forgotten. Out of this tragedy and similar experiences worldwide, a new era of safe and effective treatment products emerged. However, there is a continual need for worldwide vigilance to prevent history from being repeated.
— Mark Skinner, President, World Federation of Hemophilia
As GMHC continues to advocate for revised blood donation guidelines for gay men, BAD BLOOD reminds us of the devastating history that informs the future of blood safety.
— Marjorie Hill, CEO, Gay Men’s Health Crisis
No one can come away from this film satisfied that the drugs, vaccines, devices and biological products that all of us use are receiving the oversight and accountability that is required to prevent future tragedies.
— Arthur L Caplan, PhD, Bioethicist and former Chair, Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability to HHS