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Broadstairs woman calls for justice at start of inquiry into contaminated blood

A Kent woman is calling for justice for her husband who died after being infected with contaminated blood.

A public inquiry's been hearing evidence today into why NHS patients were given blood products with hepatitis and HIV in the 1970s and 80s.

Steve Dymond from Broadstairs was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in 1997 and was among thousands who died - his wife Su Gorman will be one of those giving evidence.

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