E.coli O157 & Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome

HUSH members- Are you interested in appearing on BBC's 'The Food Inspectors'?

1st September 2013

HUSH have been contacted by Stephen Bath, the assistant producer from a company called 'betty' who make 'The Food Inspectors' programme for BBC Television.

They wish to talk to any HUSH member who has suffered from the bacterium E.coli O157 in the last few years. However, they are open minded and are prepared to talk to anyone who has suffered from the bacterium.

He can be contacted on: 020 7290 0210 or by email at

All we wish for is that the charity gets a mention in some shape or form for any member who has appeared on the programme.

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