"I won't do surgery if you don't try to do my job," head of new blood agency tells MDs


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In briefKen Fyke is known as a tough administrator, and he is going to need all of his administrative tricks as first chair of Canadian Blood Services, the new national organization that is taking over responsibility for the nation's blood supply from the Red Cross come September.Fyke says he hopes to work closely with physicians, but they will have to realize where their responsibilities end and his begin.

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