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Infected blood scandal: government has promised compensation but will justice really be done?

By Anne-Maree Farrell, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, The University of Edinburgh
The UK government has announced its plan to compensate thousands of infected blood victims and families. Following the publication of the long-awaited final report of the infected blood inquiry, the paymaster general, John Glen, announced a new infected blood compensation scheme. Some estimates suggest the scheme will top £10 billion.

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