SIBF NEWS

25th April 2016

Scottish applications to Skipton Fund to 2011

    The Penrose Inquiry, roundly branded a ‘whitewash’, did nonetheless yield important information about the contaminated blood disaster as it affected Scotland and Scottish patient […]
27th April 2016

Penrose – Transfusions – Estimates of Numbers Infected with HCV 1970 to 1991

The Penrose Inquiry generated a large quantity of data. Here we extract and illustrate the estimated numbers of people infected with Hepatitis C from 1970 to […]
28th April 2016

Side effects of Interferon

Much of our recent research has focussed around the side-effects of past and current medications that have been offered to treat Hepatitis C of people with […]
18th May 2016

Hillsborough parallels – modelling ‘establishment’ cover-ups?

Living in a democracy – an apparently open society – with elected representatives put in place to carry out the will of the people, you would […]
18th May 2016

PIP/DLA/ESA – The Benefits Minefield

One of the most common topics for discussion between SIBF members is the complex and worrying issue of benefits. This is certainly the case during the […]
24th February 2017

SIBF Update from Convener John Rice

Dear Members, I’d like to introduce myself, my name is John Rice and my wife has suffered with Hep C for many years. This is how […]