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14th January 2018
Unfortunately, we are sad to announce that after 20 years in existence, HUSH has ceased. We would like to thank everyone for their help and support..... read article
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Useful Links

We have added a selection of 'Links' to our website that we think may be helpful to you.

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Freelands Solicitors

This firm of solicitors are based in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, the source of the Central Scotland E.coli O157 Outbreak in 1996. The charity's chairman is a partner in the firm and represented many of the families at the Fatal Accident Enquiry. While their website is being upgraded you can contact Paul Santoni direct at
Health Protection Scotland (HPS)

HPS was established by the Scottish Executive and aims to protect the Scottish public from being exposed to hazards which damage their health and to limit any impact on health when such exposures cannot be avoided.
Leigh Day & Co

London based firm of personal injury lawyers at the forefront of domestic law in clinical negligence and human rights. They are supportive of the charity's work to implement law changes that will result in a reduction in the number of cases of E.coli O157.

Partner, Sean Humber, is the charity's legal advisor in meetings with Government departments and has significant experience of assisting families affected by the bacterium.
Safe Tables Our Priority

Details of presentations made at the HUS Conference in 2000.
The Foundation for Children with Atypical HUS

An informative site for anyone wanting to know more about Atypical HUS.

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