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Letter from the APPG to Amber Rudd

Letter signed by members of the Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood APPG to Amber Rudd, Secretary for Work and Pensions, calling for a meeting to voice the needs of members of the affected community. Yo can read the letter in in full here

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APPG holds evidence sessions in Parliament

Over the course of the last six weeks, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood has held a series of evidence sessions in Parliament on Access to Treatment for people with bleeding disorders. Parliamentarians including Sir Peter Bottomley MP, Diana Johnson MP, Liz McInnes MP and Baroness

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Call for contaminated blood action

The APPG on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood has written the Prime Minister to ensure that the Government sticks to its commitment to deal with problems with the contaminated blood support schemes before the infected blood inquiry begins. With the inquiry beginning its hearings tomorrow on the 30 April this deadline

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APPG Meeting on the 31st January 2018

On the 31st January 2018 the APPG met to discuss the Contaminated Blood Inquiry and support schemes for those affected by the Scandal. You can read the minutes of the January 2018 APPG meeting here

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PRESS STATEMENT ON THE CONTAMINATED BLOOD INQUIRY, 3.11.17

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE CONTAMINATED BLOOD INQUIRY, 3.11.17: Diana Johnson MP, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood, said: “I welcome the Government’s confirmation that the Department of Health will not be the sponsoring body for the contaminated blood inquiry; and that it will be a

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APPG on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood – Latest Meeting

The APPG on Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood met on the 29th March. The Agenda for the Meeting was: Introductions and Apologies New Contaminated Blood Support consultation Aspects of the new proposals The new scheme administrator Plans for engagement Proposed meeting with Lord O’Shaughnessy Update on actions from the last meeting

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