Read a summary of this week’s evidence

Written by Jessica Bomford, April 1, 2022

This week at the Infected Blood Inquiry there was evidence from two witnesses over four days on the topic of quality control of blood products at the UK’s fractionation facilities in England and Scotland. Dr Terry Snape worked in quality control at the Blood Products Laboratory in Elstree and the Plasma Fractionation Laboratory in Oxford between 1970 and 2000, finishing his tenure at BPL as technical director. Dr Robert Perry, pictured, joined the Protein Fractionation Centre in Edinburgh in 1981 as a quality control inspector and became director in 1985.

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