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Infected Blood Inquiry

The final Infected Blood Inquiry report will be published on 20th May 2024 following an independent public statutory inquiry.

The Inquiry was established in 2017 to examine the circumstances in which men, women and children treated by the National Health Service in the United Kingdom were given infected blood products between 1970 and 1991.

You can find out more about the Inquiry on the Infected Blood Inquiry website here.   

The Health Board is committed to supporting people who have questions about care and we will follow the Duty of Candour approach and share any available medical records upon request. We are committed to being open, transparent and honest with anyone who contacts us. For more information about the Duty of Candour, please click here

If you are worried that you or a loved one may be infected or affected by contaminated blood products, our Concerns Team is available to discuss this with you.

To contact the Concerns Team, you can:

Telephone: 01443 744915


If you live outside the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board area, please contact your Health Board. A list of all Health Board’s in Wales can be found here.

The Bleeding Disorder Network Wales team at the Haemophilia Centre in Cardiff have set up a dedicated phoneline and email address to support patients and families infected or affected by contaminated blood products in Wales. These will operate Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm.

To contact the Bleeding Disorder Network Wales team, you can:

Telephone: 0800 952 0055   

Alternatively, you can contact Haemophilia Wales via

You can find answers to frequently asked questions and information about other support available by clicking the link below

Frequently asked questions

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