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A man who is one of six brothers all infected by contaminated blood has told how four of his siblings died.
Giving evidence to the inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal, John Cornes said he was infected with Hepatitis C during treatment for haemophilia.
He said his family had been “ripped apart mentally” and two of his children had changed their surname due to the stigma.
The inquiry is being held in Leeds until 21 June.
It is looking at how thousands of patients were given infected blood products during the 1970s and 1980s in what has repeatedly been called “the worst treatment scandal in the history of the NHS”.
Some 4,800 people with haemophilia were infected with Hepatitis C