“Blood transfusions can transmit infections caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.”
-American Cancer Society
Blood transfusions are the cause of many fungal and bacterial infections contracted while in the hospital. Pneumonia, cancer, meningitis and blood poisoning can be caused by microbes and poisons in the transfused blood. Blood transfusions can cause AIDS.
Human blood is typed by the presence or absence of specific antigens in the blood. Antigens are any microbes or substances which causes your white blood cells to release antibodies.
Some of the symptoms caused by blood transfusions include fever, hives, shortness of breath, pain, fast heart rate, chills, low blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes and death. Doctors call these symptoms allergic reactions. Blood transfusions increase the patient’s risk of death because the blood isn’t purified by the Red Cross and other blood banks.
“A wide variety of organisms, including bacteria, viruses, prions, and parasites can be transmitted through blood transfusions.” -Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Transfused blood can also contain fungus and the viruses they excrete. The fungi colonizes into cancer tumors, white clots, plaques, and other fungal growths.