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Transfusion Positive understand all the issues around hepatitis c infection. We acknowledge it takes courage to make contact for the first time. If you contact us us you will be treated with dignity and respect.

Hepatitis C Scandal

In 1994, it was disclosed that the Blood Transfusion Service Board had failed in 1976 to prevent the use of blood donated by a woman who was known to have jaundice. Read more


Transfusion Positive is a support and action group for people infected with the Hepatitis C Virus.

Our members contracted Hepatitis C as a direct result of having received contaminated blood or blood products administered within the Irish State.

Our aim is to provide a supportive and informative network and to be proactive at all times in advocating on behalf of the health needs of our members. Transfusion Positive provide services in Dublin and throughout the country. Please contact us for further information.

Transfusion Positive is run by a dedicated group of volunteer members who give freely of their time. We are funded by the Health Service Executive.


As per Irish Government guidelines, our office will remain closed and we will be working remotely for the coming weeks.

Members should continue to contact us as matters arise. Our contact details are available on the office answering machine. We will get through this. Wash your hands!

Annual General Meeting 2020

As per Irish Government guidelines, our AGM scheduled to be held on Saturday May 23rd has been postponed. We will re-evaluate this decision based on Government guidelines and Public Health grounds.

Help and Support

If you need help in relation to accessing services or support of any kind in relation to your infection contact our office. Maura and Susan will be glad to help you.

Any correspondence with Transfusion Positive is treated in the strictest confidence.

Please Note

The medical information on this web site is of a general nature. If you have any doubts as to your health status in relation to Hepatitis C infection, we strongly recommend you consult your doctor.