(1) A person operating a blood service does not contravene section 29 only by refusing to accept a donation of an individual's blood if—
(a) the refusal is because of an assessment of the risk to the public, or to the individual, based on clinical, epidemiological or other data obtained from a source on which it is reasonable to rely, and
(b) the refusal is reasonable.
(2) A blood service is a service for the collection and distribution of human blood for the purposes of medical services.
(3) “Blood” includes blood components.
(1) A service-provider (A) who refuses to provide the
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