Vegas clinic may have sickened thousands
AP/Yahoo News, March 6, 2008
A Las Vegas clinic was found to be reusing syringes and vials of medication for nearly four years, leading to an outbreak of the potentially fatal hepatitis C virus and patient exposure to HIV. The discovery led to the biggest public health notification operation in U.S. history, brought demands for investigations and caused scores of lawyers to seek out at-risk patients.
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