A recent decision by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) eliminates restrictions that have previously prohibited many blood donations by gay and bisexual men.

In a press release, the FDA said it will recommend a series of “individual risk-based questions” that will be the same for every blood donor, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender or sex. Those who have had anal sex with a new sexual partner, or more than one sexual partner, within the last three months would be asked to wait to donate blood.

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