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Hospital's Drug Diversion Nightmare Spawns Multiple Infections



A small New Hampshire hospital has a big problem allegedly stemming from one clinical employee's drug problem. Now leaders at Exeter Hospital are dealing with a growing list of hepatitis C-infected patients, multiple government investigations, and at least three class action lawsuits.



1 comments on "Hospital's Drug Diversion Nightmare Spawns Multiple Infections"
Chris (6/9/2013 at 1:35 PM)

Hello, first thank you for taking the time to address this issue. If you have the data, will you please share with me how the Exeter Hospital CaLT actually diverted Rx medications without getting caught prior to the Hep C outbreak? There had to be blood or body fluid transfer into the patients for that strain to enter there bodies. With numbers like 27 confirmed and 17 did not confirm to be of the same strain of Hep C it sure looks like there is missing information from the data. Thus, How would this guy have done what it is claimed he did without a co- conspirater of the accusation simply being wrong?