From 1974 to 1987, children from Treloar's College, a boarding school for children with physical disabilities, were offered treatment for haemophilia.
However, more than 120 children were given contaminated drug which infected many with HIV and viral hepatitis, with at least 72 having died as a result.
Treloar's College had a specialist NHS haemophilia centre on site, however, the blood plasma used to make the drug had been imported from overseas.
Only 32 out of the 122 children with haemophilia are still alive today.
It is hoped that the public inquiry may shed some lig