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Durhane Wong-Rieger is a Chinese-born, American-raised , Canadian with a Ph.D. in psychology. She is best known for her role as an advocate of patients who contracted diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C from tainted blood transfusions, in particular from the Health Management Associates scandal.
Wong-Rieger served on the board of directors for Canadian Blood Services before resigning in 1999; as well, she has been the president of the Canadian Hemophilia Society, the Anemia Institute, and the Canadian Organization for Rare Disorders.
She has two children.
- Wong-Rieger's bio at Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario
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