Dear Department of Health and Social Care,
I am requesting copies of communications within the Department for Health and Social Care including the NHSBSA and EIBSS that show the discussions that took place which led to changes to their payment schemes in April 2018 for those infected and affected by NHS blood and blood products.
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Dear Mr Wilkinson,
Please find attached the Department of Health and Social Care's response
to your recent FOI request (our ref: FOI-1202156)
Freedom of Information team
Department of Health and Social Care
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