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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

1. How many haemophiliac registrants where there from the MFT inception in 1988 to it’s closure?

2. How many of the haemophiliac registrants were co-Infeced?

3. How many of the above haemophiliacs died from 1989 - closure?

4. How many co infected and mono HIV Infected haemophiliacs were registered at the time of the MFT closure?

5. How many infected intimates were registrants with the MFT at its closure?

6. How many haemophiliac registrants were paid £20k from the 10 million pound allocated in 1989 by the government to the Haemophilia Society?

7. How many Eileen trust registrants were there at its inception?

8. How many Eileen Trust registrants were there left alive at it closure?

9. How many Eileen Trust registrants were infected intimates?

10. How many infected intimates with HCV were registered with the Skipton fund?

Yours faithfully,

Frankie Hammond

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

How on earth can the DHSC not know who many registrants were within these trusts. How can they possibly not know the answers to all these questions.

I reject your reply and ask that the DHSC inform me how they can not possibly know if the funding for both Trusts came from them and they continue to fund the same people through EIBSS.

Yours faithfully,

Frankie Hammond

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