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Also speaking of World AIDS Day, a former Chinese health official is urging authorities to investigate two senior officials over a blood-selling scheme in the 90s that lead to tens of thousands of people being infected with HIV.
A former Chinese health official is calling for two top leaders to be investigated for the spread of HIV and AIDS in central Henan province in the 1990's.
Ahead of the World AIDS Day, Chen Bingzhong published an open letter on November 28 to Chinese regime leader Hu Jintao. The former head of China's health research organizations says two members of the regime's Politiburo are directly responsible for the widespread transmission of HIV in Henan province.
The Chinese regime's Propaganda Chief Li Changchun, and the Vice Premier Li Keqiang were both leaders of Henan province from 1992 to 2004.
During the 1990s, Henan authorities promoted blood-selling schemes as a way to generate income. Many people repeatedly sold their blood to collection stations. The blood was pooled together, and after the useful plasma was extracted, the remaining blood was injected back to those who sold it. All of this was done without any screening for HIV or other diseases.