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Contaminated blood scandal inquiry is 'too little, too late'

Contaminated blood scandal inquiry is ‘too little, too late’

A public inquiry is starting into the contaminated blood scandal that left nearly 3,000 people dead – including Barbara Scott’s husband.

Thousands of NHS patients were given blood products infected with hepatitis and HIV during the 1970s and 1980s.

Barbara’s husband, Robert, was a haemophiliac. He died in 1993 after contracting HIV and hepatitis C from contaminated blood.

Source BBC News

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