The claimant was infected with HIV and HCV following treatment for haemophilia at the school in the 1970s and 1980s

A former pupil of Treloar’s school in Hampshire has launched legal action against the school following new evidence recently heard at the Infected Blood Inquiry.

Gary Webster, now 56, claims he suffered loss and damage as a result of negligence and breach of duty in the treatment he received at Treloar’s for haemophilia in the 1970s and 1980s, which caused him to be infected by HIV and HCV and suffer life-long physical and mental health consequences.

In June 2021, the Infected Blood Inquiry heard from former pupils who, as boarders, were treated with factor 8 concentrate on a prophylactic basis without parental consent or advice on the risks involved. 

Factor 8 was created from pooled plasma from up to ...

Suzanne Townley
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