Because Jehovah’s Witnesses are religiously opposed to blood transfusions, nurse Kay Williams established a program at Graduate Hospital called the Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery designed to serve their needs.

But when Graduate’s former owner, the Allegheny Health Education and Research Foundation, declared bankruptcy, Williams quit and took a job at Pennsylvania Hospital because the main doctors working in the CBMS had also relocated there.

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