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Steve Pugh

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-03-07 at 11:38:36


Steve Pugh is a `career’ civil servant and has spent over 20 years in the Department of Health and it’s Arms-Length Bodies, in a variety of policy development roles. Key achievements include: project oversight of the establishment of the first bowel cancer screening pilot sites; the introduction of the universal infant  hearing screening programme, and; the introduction of regulations to allow mitochondrial donation. Steve has worked in assisted conception policy for nearly 8 years and is currently focussed on the surrogacy legislation reform programme.

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