Infected blood inquiry: Nieces share boy's last words before death

"I can't see Daddy."

Those were the last words of seven-year-old Colin Smith, from Newport, before he died from Aids.

Colin received contaminated blood when he was 10 months old and died in 1990. A BBC investigation has found his doctor, Prof Arthur Bloom, broke his own rules when he gave Colin an infected imported blood product called Factor VIII.

Colin's nieces, Megan and Caitlin, share what they have learned about their late uncle, and how his presence continues to be felt by the family more than three decades after his death.

Blood Money is on BBC One Wales at 20:00 BST on Monday 15 April and is available on iPlayer

Video filmed and edited by Greg Davies, BBC News

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