The procuring, furnishing, donating, processing, distributing or the using of human
whole blood, blood plasma, blood products, blood derivatives, corneas, bones or organs
or other human tissue for the purpose of injecting, transfusing or transplanting any
of them in the human body, is declared for all purposes to be the rendition of a service
by every person, firm or corporation participating therein, whether or not any remuneration
is paid therefor, and is declared not to be a sale of any such items and no warranties
of any kind or description shall be applicable thereto.
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