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Coming clean
Blood donations
Coming Clean
Sunday 11 November 2001

Would you want to know if your name was on a secret risk list of people exposed to the human form of mad cow disease through blood or surgical instruments?

After BSE, Sarah Barclay investigates how open the Government is now being about the risk. And is it doing enough to stop the possible spread of this deadly and incurable disease through medical treatment?

Production Team:
Reporter Sarah Barclay
Producer Rabinder Minhas
Assistant Producers Ruth Thorlby, Matthew Cooper & Jonathan Brunert

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"The blood service is warning they can no longer guarantee blood is 100% safe"
Coming Clean
The government should be more open about the risks of nvCJD being passed on
Coming clean


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