The administration at the Canadian Hemophilia Society believe that they have to place faces to the affected in their push for compensation, Paul who volunteers to take legal action as the one who has the least to lose personally in whatever persecution may follow. It may be other faces that have been affected by the tainted blood in the general population, such as Arthur and Betsy, that may have more sway in the public and thus political realm, especially with Betsy being the grandmotherly figure that was indeed an innocent victim. In all cases, they have to balance what may be seen as the small but first wins against the bigger picture of the true cost of the crisis on those affected. Ryan may find that dealing with hepatitis C is a little more difficult for him than the hemophilia, with Will and Margaret having the added burden as he begins to date and probably think about having sex. With the individual lawsuits mounting, Margaret, who begins to volunteer at the CHS, contemplates a...