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Inquiry status: Report published and government response received
The Science and Technology Committee held an inquiry into blood, tissue and organ screening following fears that vCJD – the human form of ‘mad cow’ disease – may be being spread by medical procedures.
Correspondence from the Committee to Jane Ellison MP ( PDF 39 KB), Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health relating to Blood, tissue and organ screening.
Correspondence from the Jane Ellison MP ( PDF 47 KB), Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health to the Committee relating to Blood, tissue and organ screening.
Committee receives Government Response to its report, After the storm? UK blood safety and the risk of variant Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease
Committee report says that more needs to be done to prevent inadvertent transmission of vCJD through medical procedures
Committee to publish its report following its inquiry into Blood, tissue and organ screening
Jane Ellison and Professor Dame Sally Davies to give evidence
Science and Technology Committee explore the current UK strategy for optimising use of donor organs
Committee to discuss the national surveillance system for transfusion-transmitted infections.
Committee to discuss development of technologies to reduce vCJD transmission risk via medical procedure
First evidence session of inquiry to look at blood safety
Commons Science and Technology Committee announce new inquiry on blood, tissue and organ screening