Infected blood scandal report

In a series of three articles, Jill Mason details the main findings from the Infected Blood Inquiry final report.

The final report of the Infected Blood Inquiry was published on 20 May 2024. The report runs to seven volumes, in our series of articles we draw out points in it which we think will be of interest to a wider audience - not just those who may have been involved to some greater or lesser extent in the treatment of patients who require blood products but those involved in risk management and governance in the health and care sector.

There is something in this report for everyone.

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