More digging in the heparin case. Is China really responsible? From the Wall Street Journal:
In a small, damp factory here, blood-smeared men wring pulp from pig intestines, then heat it in concrete vats.
The activity at Yuan Intestine & Casing Factory is the first step in the poorly regulated process of making raw heparin, the main ingredient in a type of blood-thinning medicine that in rec
February 20, 2008 11:41 PM