A tearful survivor of the contaminated blood scandal said the Government has blood on its hands after the end of a four-and-a-half-year inquiry.Michelle Tolley, 57, of Norfolk, was infected with hepatitis C when she was 22 after receiving a transfusion following the birth of her son."The blood is on the government's hands, historically or not," Ms Tolley said."I've got kidney problems and lots of other things. Every time I go for a liver scan, which is twice a year, I get the mindset of: Is the cancer there yet? Will I see Christmas?"