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  3. Contaminated blood inquiry: 'My four brothers died'  BBC News
  4. Man who lost brothers to HIV because of contaminated blood says they were branded the 'AIDS family'  Daily Mail
  5. Blood Inquiry told 'stigmatising' medical bags left outside widow's home after husband's Aids death  Chronicle Live
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John Cornes, one of six brothers infected by contaminated blood, said his family had been "ripped apart".John Cornes, one of six brothers infected by contaminated blood, said his family had been "ripped apart".

Contaminated blood inquiry: 'My four brothers died' - BBC News

John Cornes, 58, of Birmingham, told how his brothers' graves were defaced with swearwords and had rocks thrown at them. Brothers Gary, Roy and Gordon all died within three years of each other.John Cornes, 58, of Birmingham, told how his brothers' graves were defaced with swearwords and had rocks thrown at them. Brothers Gary, Roy and Gordon all died within three years of each other.

Man who lost brothers to HIV because of contaminated blood says they were branded the 'AIDS family'  | Daily Mail Online

Jo-Anne Cohrs, who lost her husband Keith Proud, 37, to Aids and hepatitis C in 1987, has given evidence on the first day of witness hearings in Leeds Jo-Anne Cohrs, who lost her husband Keith Proud, 37, to Aids and hepatitis C in 1987, has given evidence on the first day of witness hearings in Leeds

Blood Inquiry told 'stigmatising' medical bags left outside widow's home after husband's Aids death - Chronicle Live

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Freedom of Information requests reveal that 90 people have died in the last year - roughly one every four days.Freedom of Information requests reveal that 90 people have died in the last year - roughly one every four days.

At least 160 affected by blood scandal have died since inquiry announced | UK News | Sky News

Read Haemophiliac tells Infected Blood Inquiry how brothers were branded ‘AIDS family’ latest on ITV News. All the Health newsA man who lost three of his haemophilia-suffering brothers to HIV after they were given infected blood products as part of their treatment has told an inquiry how he and his loved ones were vilified and branded the "AIDS family". John Cornes likened the abuse that he and his siblings endured to the treatment the Irish received in the aftermath of the Birmingham pub bombings in 1974, explaining how the grave of one brother was defaced by vandals. On Tuesday, he told the Infected Blood Inquiry that he was one of six brothers to suffer from haemophilia. Mr Cornes, of Kings Heath, Birmingham, explained how he remembered being treated with the frozen blood product cryoprecipitate as well as Factor VIII blood-clotting products in the 1970s. When asked what information he was given about treatments by doctors, Mr Cornes, who started attending the city's Queen Elizabeth Hospital at the age of 15, said: "We weren't given none. "We didn't ask the question. "They didn't come forward with the possibilities of how it could affect us in the future."

Haemophiliac tells Infected Blood Inquiry how brothers were branded ‘AIDS family’ - ITV News