N.J. doctor's patients advised to be tested for HIV

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New Jersey officials yesterday advised nearly 3,000 people who share a doctor to get tested for HIV and two forms of hepatitis after five cancer patients who visited the physician were found to have hepatitis B. Ocean County health officials said two cases of hepatitis B were confirmed in late February as connected with the office of Dr.

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Apr 3, 2009
 
Sad story.
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let me clarify - I was looking in the mirror...

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