Contaminated Blood Scandal Statistics

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HIV & Hep C (Co-infected HAEMOPHILIACS)

72% Have Died (as of 2013) We are awaiting update for 2017

HIV INFECTED SPOUSES/PARTNERS

44% Have Died (as of 2016)

Hepatitis C infected haemophiliacs (Excludes HIV)

25% Have Died (as of 2013) We are awaiting update for 2017

Please note that the charts above are based upon demonstrable cases, sourcing of figures can be found here. Some sources estimate that the figures may be higher but this data has yet to be proved. The total number of all demonstrable cases of Factor 8/9 infection in the UK stood at 3,891 and total deaths at 1,246 as of October 2017.

The total number of all demonstrable cases of HIV being passed on to a Spouse/Partner in the UK stood at 71 and total deaths at 31 as of 2016. (Source: The Macfarlane Trust)

A more detailed breakdown of HIV/Hep C co-infection in Haemophiliacs can be found below. We are currently unable to provide such a breakdown for cases of Hep C only infection due to 1) Knowledge not being shared until later on and 2) a lack of reliable data.

Cumulative Haemophiliac HIV & Hep C Deaths

This chart shows the cumulative number of people with Haemophilia infected with both HIV & Hep C who have since died. This chart does not reflect those who were infected with Hep C only.

Haemophiliac HIV & Hep C Deaths by year

This chart shows per year the number of people with Haemophilia infected with both HIV & Hep C who have since died. This chart does not reflect those who were infected with Hep C only.

HIV CO-INFECTED Haemophiliacs still alive over time

All figures found here are sourced from the UK Parliament's Hansard records:

Source for HIV infected partners information 2016 can be found here and here.