Disease from blood transfusions after work injury caused total disability: Tribunal

Worker totally disabled from liver disease caused by hepatitis C contracted during surgery for work-related injuries

An Ontario worker who contracted hepatitis C from blood transfusions he received during surgery for work-related injuries is entitled to ongoing total disability benefits because of the lasting effects of his disease, the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal has ruled.

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