Watchtower Approves HemoPure for Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Now I’ve heard it all.

Jehovah’s Witnesses have long been known for their rejection of blood and blood-component transfusion, even when it is necessary to save life. In a remarkable change in policy, the Witnesses’ governing body announced in the June 15, 2000 issue of its official church publication The Watchtower, that members may now accept “fractions of any of the primary components” of blood. (Italics added) Previously, Witnesses who accepted a transfusion of blood fractions other than those found in plasma faced possible expulsion and enforced shunning by church members.


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3 Replies to “Watchtower Approves HemoPure for Jehovah’s Witnesses”

  1. you can also use the silvery Mylar packages after use, and cut open just so, as a hat to deflect controlling radio waves

  2. This is as fucked as the Vatican stating “Roman Catholicism” is the one true religion.