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1985
November
House of Commons / Social Services Committee
The House of Commons requests its Social Services Committee briefly review the measures taken in the United Kingdom to reduce the transmission of HIV through blood and blood products.
Source: Krever Commission Report (1997), Vol 3, Part IV, Chapter 33, Page 927, Paragraph 1.
Additional Source: U.K. House of Commons, Third Report of the Social Services Committee. Problems Associated with AIDS, Vol. 1. London: HMSO, 1987.
Type: Request for Review
Location: UK
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1987
May
Social Services Committee
18 months after the Social Services Committee began its task, they issue the report on AIDS, which endorses the actions taken by the National Blood Transfusion Service in safeguarding the blood supply.

The SSC states: "We commend the way in which the Blood Transfusion Service has responded to the challenge of AIDS, protecting donor and recipient alike, and urge a constant review of policy and procedures to maintain that high standard."

Source: Krever Commission Report (1997), Vol 3, Part IV, Chapter 33, page 927.
Additional Source: U.K. House of Commons, Third Report of the Social Services Committee. Problems Associated with AIDS, Vol. 1. London: HMSO, 1987.
Type: SSC Report 1987
Location: UK
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