Minimum Of £100,000 Payment Recommended For Each Person Who Was Given Contaminated Blood In Britain In 1970s And 80s

It’s been recommended a minimum one-hundred thousand pounds be paid to each person who was given contaminated blood in Britain in the 1970s and 80s.

The chairman of an inquiry into the scandal says interim compensation should be handed over ‘without delay’.

Brian Langstaff has been looking into how thousands of patients became infected with H-I-V and hepatitis C – and has reflected on hearing the ‘profound physical and mental suffering.’

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