New Jersey surgery center possibly exposed thousands of patients to HIV, hepatitis

Over 3,000 patients of a surgery center in Bergen County, New Jersey, may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, according to the NJ Department of Health and HealthPlus Surgery Center.
0:25 | 12/24/18

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Transcript for New Jersey surgery center possibly exposed thousands of patients to HIV, hepatitis
A more than 3000 Haitians are. Be advised to get tested for hepatitis and HIV. After they underwent procedures out of surgery senator Burton county. New Jersey health officials say patients at the health plus surgery center in sour broke. May have been exposed to the illness because of lapses in infection control procedures. The warning covers anyone who had procedures there between January and September 7 of this year.

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