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We want you to get involved by commenting and having a discussion on these pages, so make your voice heard. We want to encourage healthy debate that is courteous, respectful and professional.

Therefore we reserve the right to not publish comments, whether from NHSBT or non-NHSBT readers, that:

1. contain aggressive, abusive or foul language

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