She said: "What is tragic is that so many haemophiliacs
including my husband and brother-in-law died a painful death without the justice they deserved.
During the late 70s and early 80s, haemophiliacs
began using a revolutionary new product to treat their condition.
But the professor, who was a consultant haematologist in Birmingham at the time, said there were differing scientific views on the best treatment for haemophiliacs
- with recommendations to continue using blood products which turned out to be contaminated.
Both were haemophiliacs
who had received infected blood products.
But figures which also suggest that, however dispassionate the analysis, steps to prevent the remainder of the haemophiliac
population becoming sero-positive are likely to have a strong cost-benefit plus in terms of lives saved.
The Government agreed a compensation deal with haemophiliacs
in 1991, but lawyers for Haydn and his wife have argued it was too little.
He urged other haemophiliacs
who had received a letter from the Government to use their anger and fear to call for a public inquiry and demand answers.
The patient, who wanted to remain anonymous, said he and another 50 haemophiliacs
, he were considering legal action against the Government and health authorities.
AT least 100 men - all haemophiliacs
- have been given blood containing new variant CJD.
In protest, Mick has joined fellow haemophiliac
Mark Payton, 39, from Rubery, Worcestershire, in a treatment strike.
One of my uncles was a severe haemophiliac
and got a kidney transplant.
Carol Grayson, of Jesmond, Newcastle, has been at the forefront in the fight for compensation for those left with diseases from NHS blood transfusions after she lost her haemophiliac
husband Peter to HIV in 2005.