Blood Tests Urged for Deceased Dentist's Patients

Dr. William Jarrod Stewart's young patients in Arkansas may have been sedated with contaminated drugs.
0:39 | 04/10/13

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More than 100 young patients of an Arkansas -- dentist may have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV during routine treatment. And another complication to the dentist forty year old doctor William Jared Stuart is now dead himself. Kopp said he had a history of substance abuse and died of an overdose. It was only after -- stat that investigators found contaminated vials of sedatives in his office. They don't know who tampered with the drugs or why it is not believed that Stewart suffered from any of -- diseases. Caused by the drugs in his office this comes a little more than a week after 7000 patients in Oklahoma were exposed to HIV and hepatitis -- their dentist.

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