Dear NHS Blood and Transplant,

During the 1960s, 70s and 1980s when was it first identified that whole blood was contaminated?

100% of Plasma products, eg Factor 8/9 where known to be infected, what was the whole blood percentage?

Look forward with interest to your earliest response

Yours faithfully,

Sean Cavens

Customer Services, NHS Blood and Transplant

Our ref:  MOC/ 376442

 

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Our ref: MOC/376442

 

Dear Mr Cavens

 

Re: Information request

 

Thank you for your request dated 12 July 2019 for information from NHS
Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) regarding the Infected Blood Inquiry.

 

Please attached our response.

 

I hope this is helpful in addressing your questions. Please quote the
reference number above in any future communications.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Wayne Lawley

Head of Corporate Communications

 

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