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Northern Ireland: Gay Blood Ban Debated in High Court

Northern Ireland Health Minister Edwin Poots’ decision to maintain the lifetime ban on gay men giving blood in Northern Ireland has been debated in the country’s High Court.

Published
22 April 2013
From
Pink News
Positive hepatitis, HIV tests for dozens of patients of Oklahoma dentist

Dozens of former patients of oral surgeon Dr. Scott Harrington have tested positive for hepatitis and HIV, according to Tulsa health officials.

Published
19 April 2013
From
NBCNews.com (blog)
7000 warned of potential HIV, hepatitis exposure

About 7,000 patients of a Tulsa, Oklahoma, dental practice were being notified they could have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis over the past six years, health authorities said Thursday.

Published
29 March 2013
From
CNN
Swiss police arrest "healer" accused of infecting 16 with HIV

Swiss police have arrested a self-styled healer after he stopped attending a trial where he stands accused of infecting 16 people with HIV using acupuncture needles.

Published
18 March 2013
From
Reuters
NY aims to prevent unsafe injections

The Safe Injection Practices Coalition, a group of healthcare-related organizations including the CDC indicated since 2001, more than 150,000 patients in the U.S. were told they may have been exposed to hepatitis B, hepatitis C, or human immunodeficiency virus because providers followed unsafe injection procedures.

Published
12 March 2013
From
UPI.com
Saudi health officials fired over HIV tainted blood

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health fired seven senior officials after a 13-year old girl was given HIV tainted blood in a transfusion, Saudi Gazette reported.

Published
18 February 2013
From
ArabianBusiness.com
HIV Experts Welcome Proposed Legislation to Allow Research on HIV-Infected Organ Donation

In addition to helping increase access to transplants for HIV-infected patients, the HOPE Act, if passed and signed into law, also has the potential to reduce deaths among those who are on transplant waiting lists and help save Medicare costs, while maintaining provisions that protect public health.

Published
15 February 2013
From
HIV Medicine Association
Bill would allow studies of organ transplants for HIV patients

A newly introduced, bipartisan bill would allow federally funded research into organ transplants between two HIV-positive people.

Published
15 February 2013
From
The Hill (blog)
Kazakhstan: Shymkent's HIV Scandal, Six Years Later

Back in 2006, the children were infected with HIV via tainted blood transfusions administered at public hospitals in Shymkent in the South Kazakhstan Region. The infections peeled back the curtain on a public health-care system that was corruption-ridden, and in which disposable syringes were reused, and blood sold for personal profit.

Published
12 December 2012
From
EurasiaNet
Medical Technician Accused in Hepatitis C Infections Is Indicted on New Charges

A traveling medical technician who is believed to have infected at least 39 people with hepatitis C through his use of stolen hospital drugs and syringes was indicted late Wednesday in New Hampshire on 14 new charges.

Published
03 December 2012
From
New York Times

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