Every voice is valuable: your opportunity to tell your story

Everyone infected and affected by the Infected Blood Scandal has a story to tell. Inquiry Chairman, Sir Brian Langstaff said: “Every voice is valuable, we want to hear from everyone.”  The Public Inquiry needs to hear as many stories as possible, fitting each one together like pieces of a jigsaw to build a full picture of what happened, why and what was the impact.

The Inquiry begins hearing individual testimony next April (2019). If you have been infected or affected by the scandal this is your opportunity to tell your story, to place your piece of the jigsaw in the picture.  It is for you to decide if you wish to tell your story and, if you do, the Society will provide support through its own resources and its legal advisors.

To join with the Society and tell your story simply click here, complete the form (as a pdf) and return it to The Haemophilia Society, Willcox House, 140-148 Borough High Street, London SE1 1LB, e-mail to publicinquiry@haemophilia.org.uk or call 0207 939 0780.  Alternatively you can download a Word version of the form here.

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