I have not been able to find any instance of humans being given chimpanzee blood, so to that extent, neither abelcainsbrother nor I can claim definitively that it would, or wouldn't, kill you. However, there are numerous instances of humans being given lambs' blood, possibly baboon's blood, and any number of organs from a variety of other animals. The survivability of a transfusion very much depends on the compatibility of the blood type, rather than the blood itself, and since chimpanzee's blood is so similar to ours, it is beyond question that compatible chimp blood could easily be found, even though human blood types seem to be considerably restricted compared to our simian cousins. The article referenced by PaulSacramento oversimplifies, and thus misrepresents, the paper it refers to, which can be read at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4258062
. It certainly does not claim that "The project has verified that ape blood isn't interchangeable between species or humans, she said." She (Kathryn Gamble) said no such thing.