- Author:Vic Parsons
- Publisher:Lester Pub; First Printing edition (1995)
- Pages:328 pages
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Vic Parsons (born 1942) is a retired Canadian journalist and author based in Victoria, British Columbia.
Vic Parsons (born 1942) is a retired Canadian journalist and author based in Victoria, British Columbia. His latest book is Bad Blood: The Unspeakable Truth (2019), which is about the infection of the Canadian blood supply with HIV and Hepatitis C in the 1980s and 1990s.
Parsons's first version of this work was the partial basis for the eight-part CBC mini-series Unspeakable, which was aired on CBC start Vic Parsons is a retired journalist who lives in Victoria, Canada, and is the author of three books, several short stories and numerous articles.
Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Bad Blood: The Tragedy of the Canadian Tainted Blood Scandal.
Victims and families hope the Infected Blood Inquiry will finally discover the cause of the tragedy and give them the answers they seek after decades of deaths and suffering.
Decades on, victims of the UK’s contaminated blood scandal still seek justice. Victims and families hope the Infected Blood Inquiry will finally discover the cause of the tragedy and give them the answers they seek after decades of deaths and suffering. It seems the only time that we meet up as . s a community is at a funeral, Richard Warwick says. The colours of Richard’s tie are symbolic for the blood scandal victims: red stands for HIV, yellow for hepatitis, and black for death.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781895555516. Release Date:January 1995.
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Bad Blood: The Tragedy of the Canadian Tainted Blood Scandal. What rescues Bad Blood from a numbing blur of dates and statistics is the poignancy - and compelling courage - of those whose lives are threatened most. They had every reason, and certainly every right, to expect only the best.
Cooper, who's been showrunner on Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and the Stargate TV franchise, said he made a drama rather than a documentary because this is the world he comes from.
Blood Wise, Santa Barbara, California. Thousands died needlessly. This is the first example of the "whole" story being told. Without white washing. A story I have been telling for over twenty years evan when the "foundations", big Pharma" and evan people who were dying wanted me to shut the uck up. So comforting knowing at least the Canadians were brave enough to tell the truth in a well produced series. Now maybe the American version will be allowed.
The series is based off two books: Bad Blood by Vic Parsons and The Gift of.
A new television miniseries will explore Canada’s tainted blood scandal, which infected thousands of Canadians some 30 years ago. The new eight-part series called Unspeakable will dive into the spike in HIV and hepatitis C caused by contaminated and inadequately screened blood. The series is based off two books: Bad Blood by Vic Parsons and The Gift of Death by Andre Picard. The scandal is considered to be one of the largest preventable medical disasters in the country’s history. It lead to the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Blood System in Canada and billions of dollars in claims. This is a story of a broken system, Cooper continued.