Published in Hepatitis Weekly, December 13th, 1999
As a result of "a series of blunders by Britain's health department," noted the Agence France-Presse news agency, thousands of people became infected with hepatitis C virus.
The Observer reported it had discovered the errors in secret civil service documents the newspaper had obtained.
The newspaper also said that 110 hemophiliac patients, who had been given the blood-clotting product, Factor VIII, had died of...
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