HIV fund

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The Independent Online
Germany said it would pay victims of the HIV-tainted blood scandal DM25m ( pounds 10m) a year for the next three years, AP reports from Bonn.

Payments would be made to some 1,500 people believed infected by such products since 1984. The UB Plasma company and Haemoplas were shut down for allegedly not properly testing blood for the HIV virus.