The Canadian Press

1993-06-02 | AIDS compensation Quebec

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The Quebec government set up a fund to assist hemophiliacs and others infected with the AIDS virus through tainted blood in the 1980s. Ten million dollars would be distributed over three years. But that was not enough for Bruno Dostle, one of the 165 people in the province who qualified. He said it works out to only 12 thousand dollars a year.

Date: 1993-06-02
Placeline: MONTREAL, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << but I don't have any symptom of that but one day I'm going to have sent some of that I sure of going to Denver going to have and it's going to be very close and it's $12,000 I mean this is going to cost me for the mitigation >>